Email Richard Di Natale Breaks With Greens’ Policy on Genetically Modified Crops, Says Argument Lacks Evidence

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By political reporter Stephanie Anderson
Updated January 07, 2016 11:53:12

Federal Greens leader Richard Di Natale has partially broken with his party’s policy, saying that he does not believe genetically modified crops pose a significant risk to human health.

The Greens oppose the use of genetically modified crops, arguing they pose significant risks to agricultural ecosystems and human health.

But Senator Di Natale told the ABC that there is no concrete evidence on potential health harms to people.

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Featured image: Greens leader Richard Di Natale told the ABC that there is no concrete evidence on potential health risks to people. (AAP: Mick Tsikas)