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Current press release
International Conference in South Korea - a starting point?
On 29 of September an international Conference of the Parties to the Cartagena Protocol will start in South Korea. Amongst others it will deal with the issue of unintended transboundary movements of genetically engineered organisms. A broad coalition of organisations are calling for initiatives to stop the uncontrolled spread of genetically engineered organisms into the environment. Testbiotech is demanding that the EU Member States take the lead in initiatives.
Further press releases
Testbiotech demands application for the placing on the market to be refused
Organisations urge German government to set higher ethical standards
German government urged to take action to stop the flow of transgenes into the environment
Testbiotech demands EU authorisation is stopped
Coalition calls for the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity and its Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to take action
Australian company Bionomics holds patent on human genes and genetically engineered great apes
Will the EU Commission give the green light for cultivation in May?
Meta-analysis shows data are insufficient to conclude on the safety of the plants