Genetically modified foods are fine by me, says former protester

British environmentalist Mark Lynas, the activist who led the European campaign against genetically modified crops, says he's had a change of heart. Lynas says he now realizes that genetic technologies are crucial to ending hunger and preserving the environment, and that his protests did more harm than good. "I could not have chosen a more counterproductive path. I now regret it completely," he said.

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