There has been much public discussion about the significance of genetically engineered organisms in food security. Consumer resistance has been raised by the lack of information and limited availability of genetically modified organisms.
The matter is contentious and consumers must learn about how to sustain genetically-modified organisms.
Despite the fact that there are many opinions on genetically modified food, their implementation in biotechnological foods production has significantly reduced food insecurity, especially in developing countries.
GMO food products are scientifically modified and have certain genetic properties. GMO foods can be modified to improve environmental sustainability and increase output.
GMO foods promote food security through the guarantee of sufficient yields (Goffin and al. 2015).
Experts have raised concerns about this approach, including the possibility of an increase in dependence on GMOs to produce food. This could lead to soil fertility being reduced.
Smith, 2018, 2018: Researchers found GMOs can contribute to food safety.
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My study will examine the effects of GMO foods on food security, in particular in developing countries. But my greatest worry is the inability of the public to engage with the creative process. The public is not being engaged by biotechnological or engineering corporations, which can lead to serious concerns about safety.
GMOs are able to reduce poverty in most developing countries due to their high production and drought resistance. GMOs are able to increase household food access. GMOs are being used in agriculture. However, there is growing concern about the impact on the environment. Researchers claim that GMOs can alter soil fertility and threaten environmental sustainability. GMO foods are linked to cancer and other health problems, including the possibility of GMO-related diseases.
Public engagement and education are key factors in allowing the public to be educated about GMO food choices.
Research results will be redirected to students and researchers in the natural sciences. Because of past experiences and knowledge of environmental effects of new biotechnologies they will likely have some opinions.
Second, policymakers are the audience or group. Policymakers are required to be informed about the latest GMO research advances in order to make sound judgments and develop regulations. Research must be shared with politicians if the discoveries are to have a positive impact on human lives.
Researchers are responsible for finding new information, but policymakers can design appropriate policies and supervise the implementation.