Given much of the recent reporting of the IPCC’s work, you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s a tinpot group of green zealots, rather than the greatest feat of global scientific cooperation ever seen. Its reports are approved and endorsed by every nation on the planet, making it utterly unique and authoritative.
When you can grow more food using the same inputs of land, water and fertilizer, everyone — farmers, consumers, hungry people and anyone who cares about CO2 concentrations in the earth’s atmosphere — is better off.
From a profile of an environmentally-minded owner of a California-based R & D biotech company, who says he wants to
use the the tools of plant biotechnology, and point them at saving the environment.
I guess that makes him an enemy of Greenpeace and all the other anti-GMO fanatics who call themselves environmentalists.