Global Attitudes Towards GM Crops Are More Diverse Than You’d Expect — For Surprising Reasons

GM crops are eaten all over the world. But attitudes toward them — and regulations — vary from country to country, to the point where it’s hard to keep track of who’s doing what, and why. In total, 28 countries are planting GM crops, on every continent except Antarctica.

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