GENET Thread Index

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Last updated: Wed Apr 26 04:25:06 100
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  • Searching for David Heaf, Connie Fogal
  • 2-Plants: Conventional breeding offers alternative to GE-soybeans, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: US Farm Bureau on wonderful GE-future: "We are not alone", GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Philippines Small Farmers Organisation rejects GE rice, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Largest US anti-GE rally protested against Bio2000, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Brazilian court prohibited release of GE rice, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: UK food supplier certifies first non GM diet for farmed fish, GENETNL
  • Very Good news from Italy, onorati/egidi
  • 8-Misc: Using Third World poverty to sell GE crops/food, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Mexican Senate voted for GE food labelling, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: German Society of Ecology warns of inadequate GMO risk assessment procedures, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: GE rice will feed the world and save the climate, GENETNL
  • 7-Business: Argentine will adopt food export policy to Biosafety Protocol, GENETNL
  • being denied access, Connie Fogal
  • 2-Plants: GE scandal in Australia (1), GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: GE scandal in Australia (2), GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: GE scandal in Australia (3), GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: GE scandal in Australia (4), GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: GE scandal in Australia (5), GENETNL
  • Jeremy Rifkin is going to sue the American Patent Office, Comitato Scientifico Antivivisezionista
  • GENET coordination - NEW ADDRESS, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto and public institutions produce first rice genome map, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Cargill Europe gears up to crush non-GM soy, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Corn borer resistance developed by conventional breeding, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Filipino rice farmers protest IRRI's 40th anniversary, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: High Fe-Zn-rice developed by conventional breeding, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Greenpeace reveals exports of illegal GE cotton seed from Spain to Greece, GENETNL
  • 7-Business: BASF investing in potential of AG biotech, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Sri Lanka bans import of genetically modified food, GENETNL
  • 5-Animals: Approval of GE salmon blocked in the US, GENETNL
  • 7-Business: GE industry 50 mill $ PR-campaign gets bad marks, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: News on Bt-refuge strategies, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Austrian concept of GMO-free ecologically sensitive areas, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: GE papayas on Hawaii failed - farmers return to conventional varieties, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: Public cereal research institute promotes privatization of genetic resources, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: US House of Representatives report gives green light for GE plants, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: RR soy study: Equal yield and pesticide use but lesser input costs, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Macdonalds UK goes for chicken fed on GE-free feed, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: News on GE discussion in Chile, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: US GE-food aid destroys local markets on the Philippines, GENETNL
  • Genetic Engineering Newsletter Special Issue 3, baier
  • Genetic Engineering Newsletter April 2000, baier
  • 3-Food: Report of OECD conference on GM food, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: US National Acadamy of Sciences urges caution on Bt plants, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: New GENET information leaflet, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: The Lancet reveals corporate communication strategy to discredit scientific risk studies, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: New US agro-industrial PR initiative promotes GE crops, GENETNL
  • 7-Business: Tokyo Grain Exchange applies for non-GM soy futures, GENETNL
  • No Subject, florianne.Koechlin
  • GENET mail out 06/00, GENETNL

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