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(Studio: John Roberts) The discussion of hunger in southern Africa at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa, noted.
(Johannesburg: Elizabeth Palmer) The refusal by the Zambian president to distribute US-donated corn to his starving people after he learned that it was genetically altered examined; details given about African concerns about the modified corn’s effect on the native farming ecosystem and exporting ability. [US Agency for International Development Andrew NATSIOS- says our policy decisions are causing political paralysis that impede the relief process.] [Zambian biologist Mwananyanda LEWANIKA- says some people may save corn and plant it for next year.]
- Roberts, John;
- Palmer, Elizabeth
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