More damning evidence of the impacts of GMOs in Brazil

More damning evidence of the impacts of GMOs in Brazil, in this case soya, and a clear indication of what the rural and indigenous peoples can expect if GE eucalyptus trees are released there. “Gunmen have attacked and… Read More

Another GMO failure shows unpredictability of this dangerous technology

Time and time again we point out that genetically engineered trees will have widespread and unintended impacts that could lead to devastating consequences for forest biodiversity, soils, wildlife, water, not to mention the communities that depend on the… Read More

Pope Francis Criticizes GMOs

Pope Francis heavily criticized GMOs in a draft of his major environmental document that was leaked Monday. You can find the full draft document here (In Italian): http://speciali.espresso.repubblica.it/pdf/laudato_si.pdf Note: Much of Pope Francis’ analysis below reflects many of the… Read More

Corporate Greenwash in Tuscany

GE Trees protest 2013 Photo: Petermann

Campaign to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees Corporate Greenwash in Tuscany IUFRO Tree Biotechnology Conference Denounced for Promoting GMO Trees New York (8 June 2015, 0:00 GMT) – From 8 to 12 June, Florence, Italy will be the host… Read More

Video: Why Does a Poison Expert Control Our Food?

In this amazing little video from Undercurrent and The Guardian, the world of Monsanto lies and deceit are dissected and clearly explained.  Highly recommended for anyone who wants to know how a chemical company that invented DDT, Agent… Read More

GMO Inquiry 2015 investigates impacts of GMO crops and trees

GM crops wreak havoc with ecosystems and health Common Ground, June 2015 by Lucy Sharratt, Coordinator, Canadian Biotechnology Action Network & Steering Committee Member, Campaign to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees GMO Inquiry 2015 is proceeding and has now… Read More

Analysis: How Europe’s climate policies led to more U.S. trees being cut down

  Today, in its article “How Europe’s climate policies led to more U.S. trees being cut down,” the Washington Post highlights the dangers of wood-based bioenergy and the subsidies that drive them–subsidies that have helped make the US “the… Read More

Agribusiness nervous as W.H.O. cancer unit analyzes popular pesticide

The World Health Organization plan to analyze scientific findings linking cancer in humans and the herbicide known as 2,4-D at a June 2-9 meeting in Lyon, France, according to an article from Reuters. In April, the Brazilian Biosafety… Read More

Think GE Trees Don’t Impact Your Food Supply? Think Again

In the wake of controversy surrounding Measure 2-89 in Benton County, Oregon there has been fear that the measure will also ban the genetic engineering of trees. Indeed it should. Vast GE Tree plantations in Oregon and Washington… Read More

Florida Keys GM Mosquito opponents petition FDA

(While not technically GE Trees news, the push to release genetically engineered mosquitoes is another potential genetic engineering disaster worth paying close attention to.) Florida Keys residents who oppose Mosquito Control’s release of genetically modified mosquitoes have filed a petition… Read More