Post by Dr. Janet Cotter of the of the Greenpeace International Science Unit Plant breeding is the key to providing us with varied and better quality foods. Although ...On October 28, 2014 / By Guest Post
In November, Coloradans have the opportunity to exercise their power as citizens and consumers by voting for mandatory labeling of genetically modified and genetically engineered food. Genetically modified ...On October 16, 2014 / By Elena Keates
A federal judge recently issued a suspension on planting any new genetically modified corn in Mexico, the birthplace of corn. Find out more about genetically modified foods. Although ...On October 25, 2013 / By Cassady Sharp
Shockwaves are being felt across the world’s wheat markets following the first-ever discovery of unauthorised genetically engineered wheat growing on a US farm – a development that gives ...On May 31, 2013 / By Eric Darier
The Mexican government is likely to authorize the cultivation of genetically engineered (GE) corn in Mexico. And until now Mexican citizens, with the help of organisations like Greenpeace, have ...On May 16, 2013 / By Aleira Lara
Here’s a cool new toy. A popular article on Forbes today details a new smart phone app called “Buycott,” which is catching the attention of shoppers who want ...On May 15, 2013 / By Connor Gibson
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.