Wrong reason, right decision

by Lene Johansen on January 12, 2008

in Blog

Climate change is used to justify the most insane political decisions, but for once it is used for a sensible decision. Although there is no direct link between climate change and the drought in Australia, the Aussies have decided to give plants bred with molecular plant breeding techniques (a.k.a. GMO's in politically correct greenspeak) a chance. The problem in Australia is that irrigation has led to droughts and high salinity, but we can blame global warming. As long as they give plant biotech a chance, I really don't care what reason they give.

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