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  • mail-out 74 (1), Florianne Koechlin
  • mailout 74 (II), Florianne Koechlin
  • GENET mail out 02/99, GENETNL
  • 6-Genetech §§: BIOSAFETY - CBD press release on adoption of Biosafety Protocol, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Rockefeller Foundation ends its rice biotech program, GENETNL
  • 1-Hormones: Austrian Association for Animal Protection warns of rBST risks, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Thais resisting Monsanto's Bt cotton, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: US snack maker Frito-Lay banned GE corn, GENETNL
  • 6-Genetech §§: Canadian Federation of Agriculture demands risk assessment prior to ratification of Cartagena Protocol, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: US company Seminis gaining control over vegetable sees market, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Studies on Bt corn silage for animal feed (1), GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Studies on Bt corn silage for animal feed (2), GENETNL
  • Precautionary Principle-Commission Communication, Stephen Emmott
  • 8-Misc: "Science and the Disadvantaged", a new occasional paper from the Edmonds Institute, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: US ruling supported patents on plants, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: Plant patents and their influence on international rice research, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Russian Grain Union will promote GE crops, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Region of Lazia, Italy, banned GMOs, GENETNL
  • Monkey Matters, mmmipa
  • 3-Food: Japanese consumer organisations criticize labelling plans, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Humane Society of the US on GE crops feeding the world, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: US GE-farmers face severe socio-economic risks, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: FBI announces GE-ecoterrorism conference in California, GENETNL
  • 6-Genetech §§: BIOSAFETY - The text of the Protocol, Barbara.Kuepper
  • 7. Business. Gene Giants-More Mergers, Stephen Emmott
  • 12 % of Swedish farmers would grow GMOs, Peter Einarsson
  • No Subject, CRII-GEN
  • 2-Plants: Tandem genes threaten biodiversity, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: REPLY on Humane Society of the US on GE crops feeding the world, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Japan caps content on GM-free labeled soy foods, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Analysis of GE situation in the US, GENETNL
  • 3-food: Nestlé to phase out GE-food Hong Kong, Barbara.Kuepper
  • 8-Misc: South Africa sees GMOs easing rural hardship, Marte Rostvaag Ulltveit-Moe
  • LAZIO gmo BAN STORY, onorati/egidi
  • 8-Misc: Informations on the OECD Edingburgh conference on GE food, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: OECD Secretary General on GE food conference, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: European Commission will not use precaution as trade barrier, GENETNL
  • 6-Genetech §§: Timing slips for Australasian GM food labelling, GENETNL
  • 5-Animals: UK: 10000 pigs + 270 monkeys killed for xenotransplantation experiments, GENETNL
  • GENET mail out 03/99, GENETNL
  • some problems with GENET-news, GENETNL
  • SAMPLE LETTER OECDconf, Please use and SEND TODAY/TOMORROW, wytze
  • RV: SOLIDARIDAD CON BRIAN, Coag Teleline
  • 2-Plants: Japan plans to register first GM rice, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Georgian resolution on genetic engineering, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: World citicen/NGO statement to the Biotech Codex Task Force, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Brazil turns back illegal US maize, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: USA grows 72% of world's GMOs but 31 million people live in food-insecurity, GENETNL
  • 2. Plants. Triple Resistant Rapeseed/Canola Found in Canada, Stephen Emmott
  • 2-Plants: Indian scientists announce own GE-crop trials, GENETNL
  • 7-Business: US companies face shareholder resolutions on GMOs, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Russian scientists announce own GE-crop trials, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: First triple-herbicide resistant canola discovered in Canada, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Germany suspends Novartis GE maize, GENETNL
  • Newsletter n° 2 su OGM e la loro DIFFUSIONE NEL MONDO, Comitato Scientifico Antivivisezionista
  • 2-Plants: Certification fo non-GE corn in Indiana, US, GENETNL
  • *** ICGEB BIOSAFETY NEWS - FEBRUARY 2000 *** (lists), Giovanni Ferraiolo
  • 2-Plants: Vandana Shiva: Vit-A rice a blind approach to blindness control, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: FAO urges debate on GE crops, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Chinese scientists announce first GE-rice, GENETNL
  • 1-Hormones: Update on rBST-scandal at Health Canada, GENETNL
  • 6-Genetech §§: EU Parliament rejected EU Commission's Novel Feed legislation, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Worldwatch Institute forecasts 25% reduction of GE crop acreage, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Sustainability and AG Biotech, GENETNL
  • 8: Misc. Biotech in Space!, Stephen Emmott
  • 2-Plants: Argentina faces dilemma on GM soy, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Germany bans Novartis biotech maize, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: First Northamerican supermarket chain goes GE-free, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: GE corn questioned at Supreme Court of Philippines, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: UK farm insurance NFU Mutual will not cover GE pollen pollution, GENETNL
  • new email address, UAGR
  • 2-Plants: AAAS Paper, Huib de Vriend
  • 7-Business: Korea tender sees premium paid for non-GM corn, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: UK Ministers to promote GE, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: On the RR-corn patent struggle, GENETNL
  • 6-Genetech §§: US Senate bill on labelling GE food, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: EPO patents human cloning, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: French supermarket Carrefour buys 180,000 t non-GMO Brazilian soy, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Greenpeace stops ship bringing GM soya into UK, Barbara.Kuepper
  • Suicide Seeds on the Fast Track, Silvia Ribeiro/RAFI
  • 3. Food: Blair Eats his GM words, Stephen Emmott
  • 6-Genetech §§: BIO opposes US GE-food labelling law, GENETNL
  • 6-Genetech §§: 35 major trade groups oppose US GE-food labelling law, GENETNL
  • 6-Genetech §§: Senator Bond attacks on US GE-food labelling law, GENETNL
  • 6-Genetech §§: GE-food labelling law introduced in US Senate, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: US survey predicts reduction of GMO acreage for 2000, GENETNL
  • Job advertisment: GPI Campaign Editor/Writer, Barbara.Kuepper
  • 8-Misc: NGO letter responding on Codex document on Biosafety Protocol, GENETNL

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