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Genetic engineering in our food and environment is unnecessary, unpredictable and poses serious threats to ecosystems and risks to our health.
New Zealand has poor food labelling regulations. We want them improved, so GE products are identified. We have the right to know.
"This year I will again sow maize. But if it is again contaminated [with genetically engineered maize] I will abandon the growing of organic maize. It is obvious that I cannot carry on my shoulders the episodes of contamination like these, year...
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Genetic Modification (RCIGM) occurred in New Zealand in 2000.
Releasing genetically engineered (GE) organisms into our food, fields and environment poses risks to future generations and ours that are unnecessary, unwanted and irreversible.
When the New Zealand Government lifted the moratorium on GE release in October 2003 a coalition of groups representing the strong public sentiment opposing GE release launched the People's Moratorium.
Pro GE Free New Zealand march up Queen Street, Auckland.
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