Register Now for GMO Speaker Training with Jeffrey Smith Are you so concerned about the safety of genetically modified foods that you want to do something about it? You may have read the studies, seen the documentaries or even participated in labeling initiatives in your community. If you’re like most who are somewhat familiar with… Read more »
Posts Categorized: GMOs
New findings in genetics show that evolution happens by precisely targeted natural genetic engineering and not by the natural selection of random mutations, says leading molecular biologist James Shapiro, but what are the implications for the safety of GMOs and social policies? by Dr Mae Wan Ho A fully referenced version of this article is… Read more »
Today we are deeply disappointed to inform you that Steve Marsh lost his case to stop GM canola coming on to his farm. Read our Press Release below. The future of organic and non GM food in Australia is uncertain after a WA farmer today lost his legal battle with a neighbouring farmer. Steve Marsh… Read more »
Genetically modified crops and foods are neither safe nor necessary to feed the world, a new report by genetic engineers shows. Click to download report (5.5mb PDF) The second edition of GMO Myths and Truths, co-authored by genetic engineers Dr John Fagan and Dr Michael Antoniou and researcher Claire Robinson, was released on 19 May… Read more »
Dr. Don Huber is an award-winning, international scientist and professor emeritus of plant pathology at Purdue University. Today he spoke with Food Integrity about the dangers of GMOs and Glyphosate (Roundup). Dr. Huber’s 50+ years of research and expertise in the area of plant pathology with a focus on epidemiology and control of soil-borne pathogens… Read more »
Our relationship with the earth changed fundamentally when we began practicing agriculture some ten thousand years ago. The transition from nomadic to settler life allowed for the evolution of great civilizations, and the growth of human cultures. Agriculture also made possible the increased rise in population, which in turn created the need for more agriculture,… Read more »
We have teamed up with Food Democracy Now! and others to tell Wall Street to Dump Monsanto this Friday. Read more for how you can take action too! Did you know? Millions of hardworking Americans, maybe even yourself, are investing their hard-earned income in the stock market in an effort to save for their children’s… Read more »
Danish pig farmer, Ib Borup Pedersen, believes that glyphosate damages pigs and that it should be banned, according to an article in Landbrugsavisen.dk, the main farming newspaper in Denmark. "It shocks me that the industry does not take the evidence of Roundup’s and glyphosate’s harmful effects more serious than it does," says farmer Ib Borup… Read more »
Let’s face it, we are surrounded by ingenious advertisements. Whether you drive or surf the net, you will inevitably be bombarded, and most probably influenced, by them. I invite you to look beyond what you see and remember that advertising, filmmaking and photography are powerful art forms. To illustrate my point, I have compiled two… Read more »
Is your “natural” food what Mother Nature intended? Probably not. Thanks to Only Organic for this mockumentary. Want to take action to stand up for “natural” actually meaning something? Sign the Environmental Working Groups’s petition here.
Editor’s Note: I love this news! But, be prepared for a counter-attack by Big Biotech…. Help me celebrate two of Vermont’s heroes who were instrumental in passing the USA’s first unrestricted mandatory labeling bill for GMOs. Senator David Zuckerman and Representative Carolyn Partridge describe the amazing efforts, which spanned more than a decade, resulting in… Read more »
Free online summit — April 26th to May 4, 2014 Joining John and Ocean Robbins are celebrities like Woody Harrelson, Jane Goodall, Alicia Silverstone, Amy Goodman, and more! These cultural persuaders are joining with expert doctors and food activists because they’ve realized that if we don’t do something now, we’re in trouble.