The current EU GMO authorisation process is
affected by a fundamental problem. In breach of
legal requirements, the authorisations are based
exclusively on the opinions (all positive to date) of a
single EU body, the European Food...
Case studies and lessons learnt from the European Food Safety Authority's risk assessment of applications for genetically modified organisms.
Genetic Engineering Briefing Pack
Greenpeace Technical comments on EFSA’s opinion on NK603 x MON810.
Renewed Aggression by a Rogue State
A Greenpeace technical critique of EFSA Opinion on genetically modified maize NK603 for import and processing under Directive 2001/18/EC and Regulation 258/97
A Greenpeace critique on the workings of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
The European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA’s) opinion on the environmental and human effects of the cultivation of the genetically modified (GM) maize variety MON810 is woefully inadequate and ignores the social consequences of production.
A study published today by the Austrian
government identified serious health threats of genetically modified (GM) crops.
In one of the very few long-term feeding studies ever conducted with GM crops, the fertility of mice fed with GM maize...
Brussels, Belgium — The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) missed an opportunity today to recover its credibility as regulator of GMO authorisations in Europe.
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