Levick Weekly - January 18, 2013: I Was Wrong - How One Activist’s Apology Changes the GMO Debate


In This Issue:

- 'I Was Wrong’ How One Activist’s Apology Changes The GMO Debate

- What’s Next From The CFPB

- Former Congressman Steve Bartlett Joins Levick

- Activist Investors IN 2013: “Success Begets Success"

- Under Fire: Why The NRA Can’t Duck And Cover

- Blogs Worth Following

- Levick In The News

- Excerpt from ‘I Was Wrong’ How One Activist’s Apology Changes The GMO Debate:

It wasn’t just an acknowledgement of error. It was the recantation of an agenda.

On January 3, British activist Mark Lynas apologized to a gathering of academics at Oxford for his staunch opposition to the production and distribution of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Lynas cogently detailed a number of reasons why he was both wrong and wrongheaded in the role he played spearheading the anti-GMO movement in Europe. Wrong, because of specific factual errors and oversights. Wrongheaded, for choosing passionate advocacy over disinterested science.

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