Recent publications in IPA Review article
Maintaining bans on GM food not only denies legitimate choice to those consumers who value GM technology, but also imposes a huge potential burden on Australian agriculture.
Close scrutiny of the ABS's Measuring Australia's Progress reveals a superficial presentation of environmental data and conclusions based more on opinion that rigorous analysis.
Whipping up public fears that GM canola would be the 'first' GM food in Australia conveniently overlooks the fact that we've been eating oil from GM cotton for years.
We are repeatedly told that Australia's waterways are seriously degraded or under threat. Yet no-one seems seriously willing to answer the obvious question- where's the data to support the alarming claims?
'Deception' is the only fitting word for the treatment of some of the evidence used in the most recent campaign about the Barriet Reef.