Thought of the Week

As the world’s population grows, it also continues to shift more toward urbanization and farther away from the farm.
People in cities tend to think they know more about how food is grown
than people in rural areas, and if they ask for policy changes based on what they think they know, it can have a big impact on agriculture.

Jack Bobo, Senior Vice President, Intrexon

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