Why an anti-GM food activist changed his mind

In the 1990s Mark Lynas was one of the leading campaigners in Britain against the development of genetically modified food. But in 2008 he had a change of heart.

He tells HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur why he now supports GM food and sees it as one of the best ways to feed the world's growing population.

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