The environmental group Greenpeace today used inflatable boats off the port of Srichang Island, Thailand, to intercept a large bulk-carrier, the MV Poseidon, transporting genetically engineered (GE) soy from Argentina to Thailand. Activists...
Greenpeace today reacted with condemnation and outrage to the new Amazon deforestation figures released by the Brazilian Government. The annual rate of Amazon deforestation for August 2003-August 2004 reached 26,130 square kilometres, the...
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Chickens demand GE-free feed outside the Inghams offices, up to 300,000 tons of GE soy sneaks into Australia’s food chain every year
A symbolic load of GE-free soy from the Rainbow Warrior is delivered to Inghams, the largest user of GE soy in Australia
Greenpeace activists painted "Stop GE imports" on a ship’s hull as it entered Brisbane
Keeping Brazil GE free will not only safegarde traditional farming locally but also give consumers in Europe the opportunity to reject GE in their food and in animal feed.
Greenpeace volunteers label a ship 'Transgenico' in Rio Grande after the ship was foundnot to have not have the required documentation about its cargo of soya in accordance with national law and the Cartagena Protocol.
A security guard tries to remove Greenpeace volunteers from the deck of Saturn V when Greenpeace Volunteers tried to obtain a sample of the cargo
Soya is at the heart of of the GE campaign as it is such an important crop for both food and feed. (Thanks to Green Homes Magazine for the use of their image)
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