GJEP GE Trees/plantations interview–Living on Earth

Anne Petermann speaks to UN delegates about the social and ecological impacts of GE trees during the UN Convention on Biological Diversity in Curitiba, Brazil in March 2006.  Photo: Langelle-GJEP

At the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in May in New York City, Anne Petermann, Executive Director of Global Justice Ecology Project and North American Focal Point for Global Forest Coalition, spoke with host Bruce Gellerman of National Public Radio’s Living on Earth about the negative impacts of Genetically Engineered (GE) Trees (also called Genetically Modified trees) and monoculture tree plantations.

The interview, played across the United States, which airs between May 29th and June 4th, can be found here: http://www.loe.org/shows/segments.htm?programID=09-P13-00022&segmentID=2#top.

for more information on GE Trees: STOP Genetically Engineered Trees Campaign

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