Washington Post: 250,000 Tell USDA to Reject Genetically Engineered Eucalyptus Trees

While the public anxiously awaits the USDA’s final decision regarding the approval of the commercial release of ArborGen’s highly controversial GE eucalyptus trees, even the high profile GE tree professor Steve Strauss has his doubts. In an article… Read More

Fight Against GE Eucalyptus in US Gets Major Media Coverage

Major news outlets are reporting on the news that over 250,000 signatures have been collected telling the USDA to not approve genetically engineered eucalyptus trees. RT.com interviewed Campaign to STOP GE Trees coordinator Anne Petermann for their feature: Petermann said… Read More

New Mint Press article covers criticisms about US GE loblolly pine approval

16 February 2015 – Christine Graef of Mint Press published an article Monday titled “USDA Moving Toward Less Oversight, Regulation Regarding New GE Trees.” The article explains how “without regulatory oversight or public consultation, the USDA [has allowed] for the… Read More

MintPress covers GE Trees

December 6, 2014 Christine Graef’s article for MintPress News brings to light numerous concerns that are raised by the Campaign to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees, and its member groups, including Global Justice Ecology Project.  For more on the dangers… Read More