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SHI Responds to Gates' Support of Genetic Modification and Conventional Farming

Posted by Renée Johnson
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on Monday, 30 January 2012
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In a recent article published by Huffington Post, Bill Gates is quoted as saying, "Countries can embrace modern seed technology and genetic modification or their citizens will starve." According to the article, the Gates Foundation spends its money on buying and distributing fertilizer, educating farmers and improving their access to world markets, along with advocacy and seed research.

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