Are the recent turnarounds in GMO labelling in the US a victory – or is there a lot more to this rapidly changing story?
GMOs and their associated pesticides support a damaging, outdated form of agriculture and can find their way into everything from teabags to tampons with no guarantee of safety.
Tests by a German environmental group have found levels of the carcinogenic herbicide 4-300 times higher than is allowed in drinking water in the European Union.
Two new studies show that organic farming produces meat and milk that contains more vital nutrients and that it is the key to feeding the world in a changing climate.
Unless you’ve cooked it yourself it can be hard to know what you are eating. Here’s some good advice about how to ensure you are not eating GMOs when you are eating out.
US federal regulators have approved a genetically engineered salmon for entry into the marketplace, clearing the way for the world’s first GMO animal intended for human consumption.
Many of us are eating, drinking and breathing in this toxic herbicide every day and, in spite of mounting evidence of the harm it does to our health, our government and regulators are doing nothing about it.
Taking action to ensure a better future is the thing that gives us hope, says renowned primatologist and UN Messenger of Peace, Jane Goodall. We are so pleased to have her support for our UK campaign.
If a country doesn’t grow GMOs – but continues to sell them to consumers as food or hidden in animal feed – can it really call itself ‘GM free’?
It’s the GM food that promises to heal the sick – and the one most often used to portray those who opppose GMOs as heartless child-murderers. Now an controversial study into GM Golden Rice has been retracted due to questions over its legitimacy.
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