Science Could Save Africa $4 Trillion A Year - But Europeans Won't Let It

Science Could Save Africa $4 Trillion A Year - But Europeans Won't Let It

Being able to feed itself cheaply is so easy that a dairy cow in France receives twice as much in a government subsidy as a sub-Saharan farmer earns each year.For those not lucky enough to be born in Europe, science is the great equalizer. Unless European activists use logic like 'science we paid to get banned in Europe is still used in other countries and it should not be imported here. '(1)Despite knowing how important it is, affordable food is what Europe is against for developing nations. Up to $4 trillion a year - just from invasive species That's 150 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of all African countries combined - lost. I was at a film panel in Geneva paid for by Swiss Public Eye, for example, and they exist to demonize science.

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