Are Gm Crops Better For The Environment?

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Are Gm Crops Better For The Environment?
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The Big Carrot Natural Food Market says
Twenty years ago, the Canadian government approved the first genetically modified (GM) crops and foods. This year, CBAN is investigating the impacts and risks of that decision in the “GMO Inquiry 2015”.

CBAN has found that herbicide sales in Canada have dramatically increased since GM crops have been in the ground. How do GM crops increase herbicide use? What are the impacts of GM crops on our environment? GM crops are promoted as necessary for our future, but what are the consequences of GM seeds in food and farming?

Join CBAN Researcher Taarini Chopra to get the latest info from the “GMO Inquiry 2015”. www.gmoinquiry.ca

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By: The Big Carrot Natural Food Market