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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.
Today 19 Greenpeace offices around the world are sending a clear message to Japan condemning its expanded 'scientific' whale hunt in the North Pacific. In New Zealand, Greenpeace has designed a ‘cyberaction’, for the general public to take action...
Leaking drums which apparently contained highly toxic polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) were discovered at an inner city Auckland site over the weekend.
Greenpeace today sent a clear message to Carol Mosley-Braun, the American Ambassador to New Zealand and FDA (Food and Drug Administration) officials, that Kiwis do not want to eat genetically engineered food. The message was delivered by...
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