For the Chinese, rice is life. That’s why we took to the streets of Beijing today and told Monsanto where to stick their GE seeds.
Greenpeace activists hold banners in Monsanto's Beijing office building.
Who doesn’t love papaya? Papayas make a mean Thai salad and are pretty good sliced up with ice cream. Greenpeace China went shopping but found their local supermarkets’ papaya wasn’t all that tasty.
Chinese supermarkets are selling homegrown GE papayas.
Pesticides are like poison on your plate.
Hungry? Well, you won’t be after you watch our video below on pesticide use in China or hear about our latest research which puts big name supermarkets to shame.
Our polar bear wallpapers list out which brands of snack foods and drinks have said no to GE and those which haven't.
In the summer of 2007 a thick toxic blanket of blue-green algae covered Lake Tai (Taihu) in Jiangsu province. The government earmarked billions of renminbi to clean it up but next year the same thing happened again. What is going wrong?
Tai Lake in summer 2007 was covered in a fetid algal bloom. Despite government efforts the same happened in 2008.
The stench from the blue-green algae pollution is intense. This is Cao Lake in Anhui province, June 2008
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