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Jill Evans

Start lobbying your MEP to vote against new GM food rule changes

Jill Evans

7th March, 2011

Powermakers in the EU are getting frustrated with slow approval of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) and are voting in April on measures to speed up the process, says MEP and Plaid Cymru president Jill Evans more...
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Biotech industry plays down discovery of GM crops surviving in the wild

Ecologist

10th August, 2010

GM seed manufacturers claim that genetically-modified crops are not likely to survive in wild, but US researchers have found GM plants surviving for at least two generations more...
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GM-free Europe: how we could still ban GMOs

Tom Levitt

21st October, 2009

Re-nationalising decisions on growing GM crops would allow EU countries to declare themselves GM-free, but could bring new dangers more...
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New Mexico's traditional chilies are threatened by GMO seeds

Ecologist

22nd January, 2009

New Mexico’s chilli farmers are under threat. The film 'Red, green of GE?' hears from those concerned about the potentially devastating effects GMO crops would have on the New Mexico chilli. more...
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GM now organic

News

13th June, 2007

Organic food can now contain almost 1 per cent genetically modified content, thanks to a new ruling by the EU. more...
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GM Potatoes – Facts and Fictions

Andy Rees

22nd September, 2006

In August 2006, German chemicals company BASF applied to start GM potato field trials
in Cambridge and Derbyshire as early as next spring. The GM industry is making many
claims about this product, but are these based on the truth? Andy Rees investigates
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Some GM questions answered

The Ecologist

1st July, 2003

Why are GM crops being grown, how are plants genetically modified, where is it being cultivated, who’s in control and what is being researched and developed? more...
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Soya Republic

Ben Backwell

1st February, 2003

As the people of Argentina are driven by economic collapse to the point of starvation, a new solution is being imposed upon them. Ben Backwell reports on a country being force fed genetically modified soya designed not for humans, but for cattle

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