Australia’s food labelling laws state that any food containing genetically modified (GM) ingredients should be clearly labelled. Sounds good, so what is the problem then?
The widespread and increasingly intensive use of glyphosate in association with the use of
genetically modified (GM) crops poses further risks to the environment and human health.
Australia is taking part in secret experiments to geneticaly modify our daily bread. Greenpeace is undertaking a massive investigation to find out exactly who, what, and why Australia's wheat is being put at risk. Bit by bit, the wheat scandal is...
Monday, 28 November, Cunderdin: Independent tests conducted yesterday by WA farmers Ian and Jodi James have confirmed GM canola contamination on their land. The findings counter WA Agriculture Department reports of no contamination and are...
Last month farmers Peter Eggers and Matt Gehl from the Canadian National Farmers Union (NFU) visited farming communities around Australia to explain why Canada rejected genetically modified (GM) wheat in 2004. They spoke at farmer forums in NSW,...
French expert scientist Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini recently visited Australia on a lecture tour to explain the findings of his research on the health effects of GM foods.
Tuesday, 29th November, 2011: Nationals and Labor politicians joined GM and non-GM farmers at a community meeting in Cunderdin last night following confirmation of GM contamination at a local farm.
The environmental and food safety of all genetically modified (GM) crops are highly questionable. GM crops with RNA interference (RNAi) constructs pose particular concerns.
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