The GMO Movement has generated a large number of documentary films that are currently being used to educate people around the world about the issues surrounding GMOs. And while these films are invaluable, we need to reach out to the people who don’t normally watch documentaries, but who do enjoy watching mainstream feature films.
Up until now, there has never been a fictional feature film made about the very real possible potential of the GMO technology and what it holds for our future. But now, just such a film is in the works! This film would have contemporary appeal and would reach a far broader audience than Documentaries ever have.
Those who voted "No" on Proposition 37 should be rethinking their choice. Since the failure of Prop 37 in California, the world has been awakened to the presence and consequences of genetically engineered food on their tables, grocery store shelves, and in their fields.Read more
By Diana Reeves - GMO Free USA
By Caroline O’Sullivan, DVM
In an ongoing effort to take better care of our four legged friends, deciding what is best to feed them is sometimes a challenge. There are standard dry and canned foods, then the specific diets for age, medical conditions, and weight loss. Next come RAW diets and home cooked diets. All of these choices have pros and cons. All of these choices have to be considered for your lifestyle, finances, and the needs of your four legged friend. There are always the physical and medical needs to be considered, as well. Many hours of questions, research, and label reading may go into this decision for the well- being of our friend. But, we have an additional piece of information to consider, GMO ingredients in our food choices.Read more
The “conversion” of former anti-GMO activist Mark Lynas to GMO promoter has garnered huge media attention, but Thierry Vrain, Ph.D., a former genetic engineer who speaks out against the risks of genetically engineered foods, has far more credibility—and a far more important story to tell the public.Read more
GMO Evidence has released a new resource showing the harm that GMOs and Roundup have caused in countries worldwide.
Evidence of the harm caused by GMOs (+ Roundup) has until now been hidden deep in thousands of pages of information and the new GMO Evidence site has ploughed through them to create an easy-to-use database that was set up by the owners of Sustainable Pulse.Read more
The US sugar beet industry coordinated an industry-wide conversion to genetically modified sugar beets, thus eliminating a non-GMO alternative for food manufacturers and consumers. Meanwhile, production of GM sugar beet seed is likely to contaminate organic and conventional vegetable seed production in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.Read more
Mamavation is petitioning the makers of Similac to remove genetically modified ingredients (GMOs) from their infant formula.And we’ve been quite successful online garnering support.Read more
With a market cap of $56 billion and a one year stock price growth of around 40%, Monsanto(NYSE: MON) looks like a wonderful investment. Having squeezed most other agribusinesses out of the market, Monsanto also has no real competitors. A cash position of $4.7 billion and a total quarterly revenue of over $3 billion makes this stock even more attractive.
So what's the buzz (all puns intended)? Why would a stock like this ever go down? Besides the grand scale die-off of "our friend the honeybee," here are five good reasons why this Foolish blogger thinks this stock's growth rate is not sustainable, and why a Foolish investor should run the other way.Read more
Monsanto MON -3.13% today said it believes the outbreak of genetically modified wheat on a farm in Oregon was likely an “isolated incident” that can’t be explained by either stray seed or pollen flowing into the field.
Monsanto’s statements come a day after the company was hit with the first of will probably be multiple lawsuits accusing the company of negligence that helped trigger turmoil in global wheat markets. The lawsuit on behalf of a Kansas wheat farmer says Monsanto tested the wheat varieties engineered to be resistant to Roundup weed-killer when it “knew there was a high risk that the genetically modified wheat could contaminate other varieties of wheat” on nearby farms.Read more