Teken de petitie van Greenpeace Frankrijk tegen de branden in het Amazonegebied. Het is de bedoeling hier landbouwgrond van te maken waar gentech soja (bestand tegen Roundup) op zal worden verbouwd.
Fragement: “Bayer schikt voor een bedrag van maximaal 10,9 miljard dollar een serie rechtszaken in de VS rond de onkruidverdelger Roundup, die kankerverwekkende stoffen zou bevatten. Het chemieconcern heeft woensdag bekendgemaakt dat advocaten een akkoord hebben bereikt met bijna alle eisers.” Bron Nu.nl
|Soybean MON 87705 × MON 87708 × MON 89788 EFSA Scientific Opinion on the Assessment of genetically modified soybean MON 87705 × MON 87708 × MON 89788, for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 EFSA opinion: 18 May 2020 Deadline: 18 June 2020 Submit comments|
|Oilseed rape Ms11 EFSA Scientific Opinion on the Assessment of genetically modified oilseed rape MS11, for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 EFSA opinion: 14 May 2020 Deadline: 15 June 2020 Submit comments|
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A link to this video was contained in a joint press release (see below), between IRT and the German-based Coordination against BAYER-Dangers (CBG). On Thursday, April 23rd, our release went to about 700 European news outlets.
On Sunday, April 26th, CBD hosted Jeffrey at their online press event, which also featured a member of the European Parliament. Click here to view Jeffrey’s presentation.
Jeffrey also presented at the day-long online protest event that occurred in parallel with Bayer’s annual meeting on Tuesday.
He submitted two questions, with significant explanation, to be read during the shareholder meeting. Although Bayer claimed they read and answered every question during the meeting, they reduced his two minute explanation to a butchered 5 seconds. Bayer thereby depriving its shareholders and the public from hearing Jeffrey’s dire prediction about the company’s future, and specific remedies needed to help prevent bankruptcy.
What follows is the text of yesterday’s press release provides Jeffrey’s analysis and recommendations.“Corporate Karma” verder lezen
Paper Bauer-Panskus, A., Miyazaki, J., Kawall, K. et al. Risk assessment of genetically engineered plants that can persist and propagate in the environment. Environ Sci Eur 32, 32 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12302-020-00301-0
“New challenges arise in risk assessment when genetically engineered (GE) plants can persist and propagate in the environment as well as produce viable offspring. Next generation effects can be influenced by heterogeneous genetic backgrounds and unexpected effects can be triggered in interaction with environmental conditions. Consequently, the biological characteristics of the original events cannot be regarded as sufficient to conclude on hazards that may emerge in following generations. Potential hazards identified by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) include exacerbating weed problems, displacement and even extinction of native plant species.”
4-03-20 See also here (GMWatch) Spreading the risks: When genetically engineered organisms go wild.
Nu de oude site van De Gentechvrije Burgers bijna verdwijnt, verlenen wij ook weer gastvrijheid aan Stichting Ekopark door de webstek die daar over gaat, uit te breiden. Wij hebben samen immers al zo vaak samengewerkt! Studenten en leerlingen kunnen voor vragen over gentech(vrij) terecht op die wenstek. Let op, de webstek is nog in opbouw!
EFSA Scientific Opinion on the Assessment of genetically modified soybean SYHT0H2, for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003
General description of the product
(a) Name of the recipient or parental plant and the intended function of the genetic modification
SYHT0H2 soybean is a genetically modified soybean that is produced by Agrobacterium tumefaciens–mediated transformation. Where cultivated, the intended function of the genetic modification of SYHT0H2 soybean is to facilitate the control of weeds by providing tolerance to HPPD-inhibiting herbicides, such as mesotrione, and to herbicides containing glufosinate ammonium.
4-Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD) inhibitors (HPPD inhbitors) are a class of herbicides that prevent plants by blocking 4-Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase, an enzyme in plants that breaks down the amino acid tyrosine into molecules that are then used by plants to create other molecules that plants need.
Nederlands“Weer een EU markttoelating voor een gentech sojaboon het houdt niet op!” verder lezen
Details Published: 14 January 2020 Source GMWatch
Quote: “Two important new papers have been published (see abstracts below this article) showing that the GM herbicide-tolerant soybean crops assessed by regulators are not representative of what actually gets grown and put out into the marketplace.“
Source: THIRD WORLD NETWORK
Quote:” By and large, the Foundation’s grants do not support locally defined priorities, do not fit within the holistic approach urged by many development experts, and do not investigate the long-term effectiveness and risks of genetic modification. ” (2017).
Written by Philip Bereano, Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington, is a member of the Seattle-based Community Alliance for Global Justice and an activist in its AGRA Watch Project.