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Monthly Archives: May 2013


Industry Propaganda Claims Genetically Engineered Trees Can Solve the Global Warming Crisis

As governments and citizens face up to the reality of climate change and the urgent need for action to reduce heat-trapping Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere, one of the more controversial solutions presented has been that of “Carbon Sinks”. Plantation forests are being presented as a means for growing trees to absorb more carbon dioxide from the air and help to reduce global temperatures.

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Rachel Smolker: Genetically Engineered Trees and Glowing Synthetic Plants? No Thanks

Rachel Smolker: Genetically Engineered Trees and Glowing Synthetic Plants? No Thanks

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GMO Corn and Trees Replace a Rainforest

After spending the last three and a half months in Brazil, I am silently processing what I discovered: GMO corn and eucalyptus trees are rapidly replacing the most diverse rainforest on the planet.

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