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The government’s GE policy released today goes no way towards addressing the concerns raised over genetic engineering. A ‘constraint period’ on commercial release, and no substantial changes to the way field trials are conducted shows a blatant...
Whakatane: Greenpeace and Sawmill Workers Against Poisons (SWAP) placed signs on confirmed and suspected dioxin contaminated sites around Whakatane today.
The New Zealand plantation industry is poised to cash in on having GE free status as a cascade of companies line up for Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) 'green' certification to access key USA, European and Asian markets, claimed Greenpeace today.
The Government action plan against dioxins falls short of the mark required by an international treaty, the Stockholm Convention, signed by New Zealand in May this year.
Greenpeace questioned the blatant contradiction in Fonterra's statement on genetic engineering today.
Greenpeace today called for field trials to be included in any moratorium, while supporting the cautious approach outlined by the Prime Minister regarding NZ’s policy on genetic engineering.
Rain and cold failed to deter GE-free marchers in the biggest public rally seen in New Zealand for 20 years.
A rally in Auckland calling on the government to keep genetic engineering in the lab and not released into the environment, has brought together many diverse individuals and community groups.
Greenpeace welcomed today's announcement that Tegel company in New Zealand is now sourcing their chicken feed from non genetically engineered crops. Tegel is responsible for importing 50 000 tonnes of soy bean meal from the US into NZ, to feed...
Greenpeace today welcomed the extension of the voluntary moratorium as a first step towards a genetic engineering (GE) free policy for New Zealand.
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