Government and Professional Perspectives
Jeopardizing the Future?
Genetic Engineering, Food and the Environment
by Michael Hansen, Ph.D. and Jean Halloran
Consumer Policy Institute/Consumers Union.
This paper originally appeared in Say No to Genetically Engineered Food
Jennifer Mourin, (Ed.) published by The Pesticide Action Network Asia and the
Facing Choices at the Crossroads
Address by Dr. Charles Benbrook before the
Sharing the Lessons of
Organic Farming Conference -- University Centre, University of Guelph --
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Jim Hightower's New Year's Eve show was on transgenic food;
"A surprise in Your Dinner:'Transgenics'"
Remarks by Deputy Secretary Rich Rominger at the
27th Soybean Seed Research Conference &
52nd Corn & Sorghum Research Conference,
American Seed Trade Association Annual Meeting,
Chicago, Illinois -- December 10, 1997
Consumers Union's Comments on EPA's
Proposed Regulation of Plant Pesticides with related tables of
Pioneer Announces Decision on Herbicide Resistance in Corn
DES MOINES, Iowa, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/..."Pioneer Hi-Bred International,
Inc. (NYSE: PHB) sent a letter to customers today announcing that due to
the current restrictive terms proposed by Monsanto Co., the Company will
not carry the Roundup herbicide resistance trait in corn."
They have the biotechnology, but it may be running out of control, and
the US is starting to worry. Fields of Gene, an article from New Scientist
August 16, 1997, by Kurt Kleiner (Washington DC)
Entomological Society of America (ESA) Position Statement on
appropriate Uses of Genetic Engineering in the Production of Crops.
Last Updated on 2/23/98
By Karen Lutz