Genetic Engineering Webinar: What do Consumers Want? Navigating GE Issues with Jon Carapiet
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Genetic Engineering Webinar: What do Consumers Want? Navigating GE Issues with Jon Carapiet

Join us for our next webinar in our GE education and awareness series. Philippa Jamieson will be talking to Jon Carapiet about consumer issues around GE, including the right to choose, labelling, traceability, and consumers overseas – our export markets.

Soil & Health NZ Webinar: What are GMOs, and are they really changing because of new gene techniques?
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Soil & Health NZ Webinar: What are GMOs, and are they really changing because of new gene techniques?

Join us for an educational webinar hosted by Soil & Health NZ, where we delve into the world of genetic engineering with Professor Jack Heinemann, an expert from the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Canterbury.

GE-Free Zones partially protected in RMA amendments
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GE-Free Zones partially protected in RMA amendments

5th April 2017 The Soil & Health Association welcomes a change to the Resource Legislation Amendment Bill regarding genetic engineering, but says it still does not go far enough. Yesterday the controversial RLA Bill passed the committee stage, meaning that amendments can no longer be made to the Bill. The Bill is now expected to…

GE/GM

GE/GM

Genetic engineering (GE), also known as genetic modification (GM), is one of the most controversial technologies of recent times. Soil & Health has found no economic, health or environmental benefits from GE. There is great uncertainty around the adverse effects of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) on natural resources, ecosystems and also on human health. The…