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Anti-GMO Activism in 🇪🇺 Europe

The index below provides an overview of anti-GMO activism initiatives and organizations in 🇪🇺 Europe.

In 2021 several science organizations declared that the GMO debate is over and that anti-GMO activism faded away for good (About). They were right and anti-GMO activism did fade away, leaving nature unprotected in many regions of the world.

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[{"title":"Protect the bees from genetic engineering!"},{"title":"Sch\u00fctzt die Biene vor Gentechnik!","lg":"de","primary":true}]

[{"description":"The European Commission wants to relax the rules for the approval of genetic engineering in agriculture. And this despite the fact that 81 percent of citizens in Germany are in favor of a ban on genetically modified organisms in agriculture.\n\nThe EU Commission's agro-genetic engineering plans endanger the freedom of choice of consumers and beekeepers and the protection of the environment. Even small genetic manipulations on flowering plants can have serious effects on wild and honey bees and their food webs. Scientists from environmental authorities in Germany, Italy, Austria, Poland and Switzerland are therefore calling for all plants from new genetic engineering to be subjected to a risk assessment. Genetically modified food must not be smuggled onto fields, plates and into the environment without the knowledge of the people, without being checked and labeled."},{"description":"Die Europ\u00e4ische Kommission will die Regeln f\u00fcr die Zulassung von Gentechnik in der Landwirtschaft lockern. Und das, obwohl sich 81 Prozent der B\u00fcrger*innen in Deutschland f\u00fcr ein Verbot gentechnisch ver\u00e4nderter Organismen in der Landwirtschaft aussprechen.\n\nDie Agrogentechnik-Pl\u00e4ne der EU-Kommission gef\u00e4hrden die Wahlfreiheit von Verbraucher- und Imker*innen und den Schutz der Umwelt. Auch kleine gentechnische Manipulationen an Bl\u00fctenpflanzen k\u00f6nnen schwerwiegende Auswirkungen auf Wild- und Honigbienen und deren Nahrungsnetze haben. Wissenschaftler*innen von Umweltbeh\u00f6rden aus Deutschland, Italien, \u00d6sterreich, Polen und der Schweiz pl\u00e4dieren deshalb daf\u00fcr, Pflanzen aus neuer Gentechnik ausnahmslos einer Risikopr\u00fcfung zu unterziehen. Gentechnisch ver\u00e4nderte Lebensmittel d\u00fcrfen nicht ohne das Wissen der Menschen ungepr\u00fcft und ohne Kennzeichnung auf Felder, Teller und in die Umwelt geschmuggelt werden.","lg":"de","primary":true}]

Aurelia Stiftung Bismarckallee 9 14193
Berlin
🇩🇪 Germany
[{"translate":true,"title":"GENET - European NGO network on genetic engineering"},{"lg":"en","primary":true,"title":"GENET - European NGO network on genetic engineering"}]

[{"translate":true,"description":"GENET is a European network of non-governmental non-profit organisations engaged in the critical debate of genetic engineering, founded in 1995. GENET's mission is to provide information on genetic engineering to its member organisations and the interested public and to support their activities and campaigns. At the moment, GENET has 51 member organisations in 27 European countries. GENET is an international non-profit association under Swiss law.\n\nThe purpose of GENET is to exchange information on genetic engineering and campaigns."},{"lg":"en","primary":true,"description":"GENET is a European network of non-governmental non-profit organisations engaged in the critical debate of genetic engineering, founded in 1995. GENET's mission is to provide information on genetic engineering to its member organisations and the interested public and to support their activities and campaigns. At the moment, GENET has 51 member organisations in 27 European countries. GENET is an international non-profit association under Swiss law.\n\nThe purpose of GENET is to exchange information on genetic engineering and campaigns."}]

Blauenstr. 15 Basel
Muenchenstein
🇨🇭 Switzerland
[{"translate":true,"title":"GMO Free Europe Conference"},{"lg":"en","primary":true,"title":"GMO Free Europe Conference"}]

[{"translate":true,"description":"The European GMO-Free Regions Conference is not a formal entity but has a secretariat, based in Berlin at the Foundation on Future Farming (Zukunftsstiftung Landwirtschaft) and is maintained by Benedikt Haerlin (Berlin) and Akiko Frid (Osby, Sweden).\n\nThe regular conferences (usually every 2 years) are made possible by co-organisers, supporters and participants."},{"lg":"en","primary":true,"description":"The European GMO-Free Regions Conference is not a formal entity but has a secretariat, based in Berlin at the Foundation on Future Farming (Zukunftsstiftung Landwirtschaft) and is maintained by Benedikt Haerlin (Berlin) and Akiko Frid (Osby, Sweden).\n\nThe regular conferences (usually every 2 years) are made possible by co-organisers, supporters and participants."}]

GMO Free Europe Zukunftsstiftung Landwirtschaft Büro Berlin Marienstr. 19-20 10117
Berlin
🇩🇪 Germany
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