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No genetic engineering through the back door! A campaign against new GMOs (GMO 2.0)

└ Keine Gentechnik durch die Hintertür! Eine Kampagne gegen neue GVO (GVO 2.0)

The No GMOs by the Back Door campaign was launched by SAG / StopOGM, GeneWatch UK and IG Saatgut. It is actively supported by the supporting organizations of the Swiss Alliance Gentechfrei.

We warn that short-term profit interests could mean that the new genetic engineering processes and products developed from them could end up on the field and on the plate without a comprehensive risk assessment.

Which novel genetically modified products and organisms are to come onto the market in the next few years?

Using various examples - such as apples, bees, pigs and cows - we explain what was technically done, what goals are being pursued with the changes, what risks the technical interventions entail and what consequences a release could have for agriculture and the environment.


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No new genetic engineering through the back door! - Campaign against new GMOs (GMO 2.0)


No new genetic engineering through the back door! - Campaign against new GMOs (GMO 2.0)

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