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2017 Winter - Twenty years on, the GM debate continues

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FPJ1402B - Roberts, H (2017), The GMO Advocacy Effort – A Farmer’s Perspective

FPJ1402B - Roberts, H (2017), The GMO Advocacy Effort – A Farmer’s Perspective, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 14, no. 2, Autumn 2017, pp. 1-5, Surry Hills, Australia.

I have been asked to write about my experiences in being an advocate for genetically modified organism (GMO) policy in Australia. While I have no academic qualifications relating to GMOs, I have always been committed to the application of rational thought and science to policy debates. This has led to me being involved in roles for farmer advocacy groups that have attempted to distil the science and communicate appropriate policy responses for the benefit of farmers. This is how I came to be involved at the start of the ‘GM Debate’ and for that matter is why I am still involved.



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