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Cabinet will decide tomorrow (Monday 4 December) whether New Zealand should stay with the obstructive handful of countries in the Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (toxics treaty) negotiations or to protect our health and environment.
Greenpeace today raised concerns that the Feed Manufacturers and Poultry Industry Association have previously failed to inform the NZ public that animal feed in this country contains genetically engineered soy meal.
Greenpeace today condemned the departure of the Japanese whaling fleet, which is heading to the waters of the Southern Ocean whale sanctuary for the 2000-2001 hunting season. By resuming the hunting, Japan is breaking its international...
At the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification today, the first of a number of scientific experts critical of genetic engineering advised that New Zealand establish a GE-Free Environment and GE–free food supply.
Greenpeace today labelled parliament with “danger dioxin” posters and chemical hazard tape to highlight the fact that the government could be the greatest obstacle the elimination of dangerous dioxins.
Greenpeace's call for the government to aim to eliminate dioxins is enhanced by a powerful new data-base driven website.
Greenpeace's Eliminate Dioxin Drive is in Nelson today and tomorrow to urge the government to support the elimination of dioxins at an international toxics treaty meeting in December.
The people of Hanmer Springs have lived with dioxin pollution for long enough - it's time the government cleaned up its act.
DUNEDIN, TOUR UPDATE
Greenpeace has been delighted with the response to its Eliminate Dioxin Drive in Dunedin.
Greenpeace has today launched its Eliminate Dioxin Drive which will highlight the extent of dangerous dioxin pollution around New Zealand, and call on the government to eliminate dioxins.
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