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German Environment Ministry seeks unconditional GMO ban

Published: 14/01/2015

84% of Germans are against genetically modified plant cultivation, according to a survey by the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation.

Germany’s Environment Ministry is hoping for a complete ban on green genetic engineering,  but a Green party assessment warns that upcoming free trade agreements like TTIP and CETA could still bring genetically modified plants to the European market. 924 more words

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Poisons in Our Local Environment with Dr Bernhoft

Uploaded on Sep 1, 2011
Dr Robin Bernhoft, MD (Environmental Medicine) discusses the potential impacts on human life & on other animal species of unregulated usage of toxic & poisonous chemicals used in herbicides & pesticides, specifically of a chemical called… 75 more words

What do the IMF, World Bank and the world´s most hated GMO corp have to do with the war in Ukraine?

http://www.trueactivist.com/ukraine-monsanto-and-the-american-empire/

Last December when protesters in Kiev took to the streets to demand their President sign a treaty with Europe, nobody expected that within six months the country would be torn apart by a brutal civil war, with thousands dead and over two million displaced. 195 more words

Farmwars

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About Farm Wars:
This rural lifestyle is under attack at the most basic level. Federal regulations and the corporate takeover of our food supply with Monsanto’s invasive GMO technology is designed to make it next to impossible to raise animals and organic food.

Farmwars - I Have the Right to Poison You

http://farmwars.info/?p=13762

“Glyphosate: Negative impact on the body is insidious and manifests slowly over time as inflammation damages cellular systems throughout the body,” they wrote in a study published earlier this year.

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roast savoy cabbage with miso and sesame

Those of us who grow our own food usually spend this time of year leafing through seed catalogues and planning what we are going to grow in the season ahead. 846 more words

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