10/05/2010 09:26 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

If Genetically Modified Trees Could Help Stop Climate Change Would You Support Them?

Some new research in Bioscience outlines different ways in which genetically modifying trees and plants to help them increase their carbon sequestration potential to fight climate change--we're talking billions of tons of carbon a year here--immediately raises the question of support for them. If GM trees could really help stop climate change, would that make you any more likely to support them?

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