Once again, GMOs are controversial. Can they really, as some of their promoters suggest, save the global south ? Will they make it possible to produce more nutritious food, in greater quantities ? What about the fight against parasitic diseases such as malaria or sleeping sickness ? And, beyond the promises, what are the hidden objectives behind these humanitarian GMOs ?
To answer these questions, Inf’OGM releases a 12-page mini-guide. In this mini-guide, the reductionist approach, necessarily short-sighted, is confronted to the notion of a more sustainable global and ecosystemic approach since it takes into account the interrelationships between living beings and their co-evolution.