This report studies the role of the atmosphere as a transport medium for persistent organic pollutants - results of the rainwater project. Scientists analysed 50 samples of rainwater collected by Greenpeace across the Netherlands, with secondary...
This study has been conducted in order to describe in more
detail the chemical environment of the home, using samples
of dust collected from 100 volunteer households representing
a total of 10 regions across the UK from Scotland to the
The aim of this study is to assess whether it is feasible for wind power to achieve a penetration equal to 12%
of global electricity demand by 2020. In the process, a
number of technical, economic and resource implications
have had to be...
What this report shows is that chemicals that may present a long-term hazard to human health are present in significant amounts in virtually every one of over 100 homes we visited.
In the 50 years since the discovery of the double helix, science has shown that gene expression is not nearly as simple as the GE industry would like to believe.
Chronology of Scientific and Genetic Engineering Development since 1953 showing the very different paths these have taken.
Greenpeace preliminary comments on Monsanto Roundup Ready maize, event NK603 Notification number under Directive 2001/18/EC : C/ES/00/01
Genetic engineers are now tinkering with one of humanity’s most important sources of food — wheat. The introduction of genetically engineered (GE) wheat is currently on the horizon, although it has taken longer to develop and commercialize than...
Policy Paper on the dangers of genetically engineered plants - Uncontrolled dispersal and unplanned side effects.
Dispersion incontrôlée et effets secondaires imprévus
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