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AP Human Geography Debate Resources: GMOs and the Green Revolution
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Norman Borlaug instructs FAO students

"Norman Borlaug Instructs FAO Students." World History: The Modern EraABC-CLIO, 2017, 


"Green Revolution" (Overview) from ABC-CLIO

"Agribusiness" from ABC-CLIO

"The Green Revolution Revisited and the Road Ahead" by Norman Borlaug

M.S. Swaminathan (Biography) from Global Issues in Context

"The Next Green Revolution" by Pedro Sanchez for The New York Times

"Durban Dilemma: a Second Green Revolution?" from the Harvard International Review

"Against the Grain: Why Failing to Complete the Green Revolution Could Bring the Next Famine" from Foreign Affairs

"Introduction to the Global Food Crisis: Current Controversies" from Opposing Viewpoints in Context

"The Green Revolution Revisted" from Canadian Dimension

"Forgotten Benefactor of Humanity: Norman Borlaug" by Gregg Easterbrook for The Atlantic

New rice development in the Philippines

"New Rice Development in the Philippines." World Geography: Understanding a Changing WorldABC-CLIO, 2017,


    Norman Borlaug and the Green Revolution


    The Mythology of the Green Revolution with Vandana Shiva


    Audio from NPR


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