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Statement on the Recent Dicamba Decision

Statement on the Recent Dicamba Decision

Photo: protest against Monsanto's toxic agrochemicals and GMOs in Asuncion, Paraguay, 2014.  Photo: Langelle/ photolangelle.org Campaign To Stop GE Trees For Immediate Release June 5, 2020 Statement on the Recent Dicamba Decision Monsanto's Pesticide Unlawful - Drift...

NY Times Magazine Promotes GE Trees – We Set the Record Straight

NY Times Magazine Promotes GE Trees – We Set the Record Straight

By Anne Petermann, Executive Director, Global Justice Ecology Project An article printed in today’s New York Times Magazine, “Can Genetic Engineering Bring Back the American Chestnut?” by Gabriel Popkin, is a disappointing piece of questionable journalism. In this...

The Daily Orange: Genetically Engineered Trees A Risk To Environment

The Daily Orange: Genetically Engineered Trees A Risk To Environment

American chestnut tree in Vermont. Photo: Petermann The newspaper of the State University of NY (SUNY) at Syracuse is The Daily Orange.  SUNY Syracuse's - Environmental Science and Forestry College is home to the American Chestnut Research and Restoration Project,...

One Trillion Trees To Solve The World’s Problems?

One Trillion Trees To Solve The World’s Problems?

Rodolphe Barrangou reveals the nightmare of his CRISPR world. photo: Langelle/GJEP Trees to Solve the World’s Problems? From Genetically Engineered Trees for the Bioeconomy – to the Trillion Tree Proposal and Business for Nature Traducción al Español Tradução para o...

Natural Forests Are Key In Removing Carbon

Natural Forests Are Key In Removing Carbon

Logging devastation in Mapuche Territory, Chile. Photo: Langelle Restoring Natural Forests is the Best Way to Remove Atmospheric Carbon Nature  April 2, 2019 Simon L. Lewis, Charlotte E. Wheeler, Edward T.A. Mitchard & Alexander Koch Keeping global warming below...

Scientists Claim to Engineer Pollution-Free Poplar Tree

Scientists Claim to Engineer Pollution-Free Poplar Tree

GE Trees Protest in Myrtle Beach. Photo: GJEP (2016) Poplar plantations are known to emit a chemical called isoprene that contributes to air pollution. Researchers claim they have genetically engineered a new poplar tree that eliminates isoprene production, but offer...