While this article is a bit all-over-the-place with its analysis of the issue of genetically engineered trees, it does bring to light numerous concerns that are raised by the Campaign to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees, and its member… Read More
All parties must apply the Precautionary Approach regarding transgenic trees. Download the PDF: Briefing on GE Trees Genetically engineered (GE/GM) trees represent a particular kind of threat to biodiversity, forest ecosystems and to indigenous peoples and local communities. However,… Read More
GE Trees, Another Form of Colonization Indigenous Environmental Network and the Campaign to STOP GE Trees October 13, 2014 Qualla Boundary, North Carolina–In the shadow of Columbus Day and the legacy of colonization in the Americas, the Indigenous Environmental Network… Read More
While this recent article in Nature ponders industry’s claims about the potential benefits of genetically engineered trees, the fact remains that thorough and independent risk assessments have been done. In fact, trees are so complex, as Steven Strauss… Read More
IPS: U.S., Brazil Nearing Approval of GE Trees
The Campaign to STOP GE Trees including Biofuelwatch, Canadian Biotechnology Action Network, Global Justice Ecology Project, Indigenous Environmental Network, World Rainforest Movement Statement in Support of the “Open Letter to CTNBio”: The Campaign to Stop GE Trees, an international coalition founded… Read More
Read Anne Petermann’s article, ‘Effort to Stop Genetically Engineered Trees in the US Takes Off!‘ in The Defender. The Defender is the quarterly newsletter of Family Farm Defenders.
Albuquerque Journal, Friday, March 28, 2014 | By Mark Oswald | A scientist from Washington State University wants to plant genetically engineered poplar trees along the Rio Grande on the north side of Española that will produce 2-phenylethanol,… Read More