Mark Lynas Net Worth

Mark Lynas Net Worth is
$18 Million

Mark Lynas Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Mark Lynas (born 1973) is a British author, journalist and environmental activist who focuses on climate change. He is a contributor to New Statesman, Ecologist, Granta and Geographical magazines, and The Guardian and The Observer newspapers in the UK; he also worked on the film The Age of Stupid. He was born in Fiji, grew up in Peru and the United Kingdom and holds a degree in history and politics from the University of Edinburgh. He lives in Oxford, England. He has published several books including Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet (2007) and The God Species: Saving the Planet in the Age of Humans (2011). He has stated "I think there is a 50–50 chance we can avoid a devastating rise in global temperature."

Date Of Birth1973-01-01
ProfessionWriter, Producer, Miscellaneous Crew
1Remember that most of what the organic movement has claimed is not true. Their food is not more nutritious.It's not better for the environment. It's not safer for human health. So what is left? You're paying a premium which, as Nina Fedoroff said on my blog, is a massive scam.
2[on having reversed his former negative position on GMOs] What I've done is difficult, and it's why so few political leaders ever admit making a U-turn. They need to build up an aura of invincibility, and people's belief in other people as leaders depends on this mirage. Fortunately that's not something I'm interested in. This isn't about me. It's about the evidence and the truth. My overall effort has been to try to crash out an environmentalist perspective that is fully supported by evidence where there's a scientific consensus. It's interesting: the GM denialism seems to come from the left, and is particularly motivated by an anti-corporate world view. The climate-change denialism tends to come from the right and is motivated by suspicion of government.
3[on genetically modified organisms (GMOs] The GM debate is over. Three trillion meals eaten and there has never been a single substantiated case of harm.
4The organic movement itself should embrace GM. The best applications of it mean that crops can be entirely pest-resistant by working in harmony with nature, which is after all what the organic movement is supposed to want. I don't see any a priori reason why the organic movement accepts mutagenic crops [coventional breeding] and not GM crops. Ultimately it comes down to to an aesthetic or even spiritual preference.
5To my mind, anti-GM is a backward-looking, reactionary ideology, where you have a mythological, romanticized view of pre-industrialized agriculture being taken as the ideal.


Pandora's Promise2013Documentary researcher
Earth Report2002TV Series researcher - 1 episode


Six Degrees Could Change the World2008TV Movie documentary


Afterthought2004Short executive producer


Pandora's Promise2013Documentary very special thanks


Food Evolution2016DocumentaryHimself
The Agenda with Steve Paikin2013-2014TV SeriesHimself
The Big Questions2013TV SeriesHimself
Pandora's Promise2013DocumentaryHimself - Environmental Activist
The Age of Stupid2009DocumentaryHimself - Author, Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet
Earth Report: State of the Planet 20072007TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Sunday Programme2004-2005TV SeriesHimself

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