Couldn’t protest at an Embassy or Consulate? Sign the protest letter to the Brazilian government demanding NO GE Trees! Join the action at the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate near you! See below for list of locations and how… Read More
A recent letter signed by 78 scientists, warns the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) about the environmental impacts of burning trees for electricity, including rapid acceleration of deforestation globally, and increases in CO2 emissions. While not specifically mentioning genetically engineered trees, the letter can… Read More
Photo: GJEP and allies protest the Tree Biotechnology 2013 Conference. photolangelle.org Take Action! Click here The International Campaign to STOP GE Trees, Dogwood Alliance & Biofuelwatch Groups Condemn US for Bowing to Industry, Ignoring Widespread Public Opposition New York (29… Read More
Indigenous Environmental Network and the Campaign to STOP GE Trees Qualla Boundary, North Carolina (13 Oct, 2014) – In the shadow of Columbus Day and the legacy of colonization in the Americas, the Indigenous Environmental Network  and Eastern Band… Read More
New York (4 Sept. 2014) – Two letters [1, 2] signed by hundreds of organizations from around the world were delivered today to the Brazilian National Technical Biosafety Commission (CTNBio) calling on them to deny a pending request by… Read More
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