Golden Rice is a genetically engineered variety of rice that is rich in beta-carotene, a pre-cursor to vitamin A found in carrots and sweet potatoes, among other vegetables. In my latest Québécois Libre article, "What Does Greenpeace Have Against Golden Rice?" I took a look at some of the reasons the NGO gives for opposing this life-saving invention. I tried to give Greenpeace a fair hearing, but I found its arguments completely unconvincing.
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Bradley Doucet is a Montreal writer and the English Editor of Le Québécois Libre.
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