CBAN No GE Trees No AgrofuelsThe Canadian wants gasoline to contain 5% ethanol by 2010.  The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has already had warned that the agricultural fuels like corn ethanol are contributing to world hunger for millions of people.  Corn ethanol expansion use of genetically engineered crops and contributes to an increase in fertilizer and pesticide use, furthering the greenhouse gas emissions ethanol is intended to reduce. At hearings yesterday in Ottawa, Canadian Biotechnology Action Coordinator Lucy Sharratt offered some great advice to the agriculture committee:  Ban terminator technology, stop GE trees and quit investing in false solutions to climate change. To add your comments on Bill C-33, contact the Canadian Parliament’s Standing Committee on Agriculture.