CANADA: Citizens say "NO!" to Genetic Modification
As representatives of the biotech industry prepare to descend on Vancouver for the Pacific Rim Biotechnology conference, the city's citizens are planning a resounding rejection of genetically modified organisms(GMOs)and the corporations promoting them. Big Money, Bad $cience, a day-long "teach-in" on Friday, November 10, which has been arranged by Greenpeace and other members of Canadian Alert on Genetic Engineering (CAGE), will bring together scientists and other experts from around the world to detail the known and suspected environmental and human health risks inherent in our current unchecked race to embrace this unproven technology. Citizens of the world can attend.The teach-in will be simultaneously broadcast on the web by Vancouver Independent Media Centre and can be accessed at
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