Så var det marknadsanpassat i Bryssel igen- dvs man tar beslut som gynnar branch i första hand och folkhälsan och försiktighetsprinciper ställs på undantag.
Jag har mycket svårt för detta trixande med gener som producerar eget växtgift, är extremt motståndskraftiga osv en olustig känsla av du blir vad du äter…
Problematiken i jordbruksmarker och spridning på flora och insekter är en annan del som hotar den biologiska mångfalden.
The European Commission has just approved growing genetically modified crops in the European Union for the first time in 12 years!
Caving to the GM lobby, the commission has ignored 60% of Europeans who feel we have to get the facts first before growing foods that could pose a threat to our health and environment. A new initiative allows 1 million EU citizens to make official legal requests of the European Commission. Let’s build a million voices for a ban on GM foods until the research is done; they will be delivered to the President Barroso of the European Commission. Sign the petition and forward this email to friends and family:
Visa lite sunt motstånd genom att signa detta upprop- målet är en miljon tecknade: http://www.avaaz.org/en/eu_health_and_biodiversity/98.php?cl_taf_sign=6Ni2NyNn
Consumers, public health, environmental and farmers groups have long rallied against a few international GM companies having such significant influence over European agriculture. Concerns about growing GM crops include: contamination of organic crops and the environment; their impact on climate due to the excessive need for pesticides; the destruction of biodiversity and local agriculture; and the effects of GM food on public health.
EU member states have voiced strong opposition to last week’s decision to authorise BASF’s potato and Monsanto’s maize — Italy and Austria are opposed, and France said it would ask for further scientific research. There is still no consensus on the long-term effects of GM crops. And it is the GM industry, pursuing profits not public well being, that is funding the science and driving the regulatory environment. That is why European citizens are calling for more independent research, testing and precaution before crops are unleashed onto our land.
Now, the ”European Citizens’ Initiative” gives 1 million EU citizens the opportunity to submit policy proposals to the European Commission and offers us a unique chance to drown out lobbyists’ influence. Let’s raise 1 million voices to put a moratorium on the introduction of GM crops into Europe and set up an independent, ethical and scientific body to research and determine the strong regulation of GM crops. Sign the petition now and then forward it widely:
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