Green Revolution and GMOs
By Gregory Lombardi
Causes of the Bengal famine of 1943
Three Basic Elements of the Green revolution
Two Positive results of the green revolution
2. Each unit of farmland produced 30% more than before between 1947 and 1979
Positive (Economic, Sociological, or Political results) of the green revolution.
India paid back all loans it had taken from the world bank and it's affiliates for the purpose of the green revolution. This improved India's credit worthiness in the eyes of the lending agencies.
Created jobs for agriculture and industrial workers by the creation of lateral facilities such as factories and hydro electric power stations.
Indian transformed itself from a starving nation to an exporter food. This earned admiration for India I'm the comity of nations, especially in the third world.
Two limitations Of the Green Revolution
2. India still has a large amount of citizens suffering of famine.
5 Postive Effects of GMOS
2. Larger produce
3. Larger Yield
4. Environment sustainability
5. Produce lasts longer after Harvested
5 Negative Effects of GMOS
2. Antibiotic Resistance
3. Food allergy
4. Increased Toxicity
5. Kills Creatures that require protein or other substances for food