Louise Fitzgerald

Science

Rhino horn trade legalised in South Africa

South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal has legalised domestic rhino horn trade. This overturns its prohibition in 2009 aiming at tackling rhino poaching. According to National Geographic the court rejected an appeal by the government to keep the ban on rhino horn. International rhino horn trade was banned in 1977 under the Convention on International…

Science

Time to embrace GM crops?

Last week I came across a documentary on Netflix called GMO OMG; living in a house full of science students it made for an interesting watch. The most infuriating thing about the documentary was that Jeremy Seifert, presenter and film-maker, was so aggressively against genetic modification (GM) that he barely told us any of the…

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