Historic vote on GMOs - TAKE ACTION
ALERT FROM GREENPEACE
An important vote on GMOs is due to take place on 7 May in Brussels. The agro-chemical industry wants to get EU permission to grow pesticide-producing maize plants and a GM potato that contains an antibiotic resistant gene. We want EU Commissioners to say NO when they discuss the applications on 7 May. Our petitions, postcards, emails, blog comments and actions have helped bring the EU to this historic moment. Now, this is it!
Can you join us in writing directly to all the European Commissioners this week?
The agro-chemical industry is already bombarding the Commission with lobbyists and messages. Greenpeace activists and campaigners are on the ground in Brussels, too. But with your voice, and your network of friends, we can deliver a louder, more direct message to Europe's top politicians.
We have contact details for all 27 European Commissioners, talking points you can use in your message to them, and links to further reading. The vast majority of EU citizens are opposed to GMOs, and emails direct from people who care ? in Europe, around the world ? can really work.
Please click here to take action.
Thank you for taking action before 7 May and for campaigning this far with us already.
We will keep you informed!
Everyone at Greenpeace International
SUBSCRIBE TO GM WATCH
gmwatch-daily (the busy one!)
gmwatch-de (for German speakers)
We are still recovering the GM WATCH website following the recent attack. For the moment, LobbyWatch is still up so you can access any gmwatch.org page (apart from those deleted in the attack) by substituting 'lobby' for 'gm', eg you can find:
*the total gmwatch archive at
*the biotech brigade profiles at
*even the gmwatch home page
Deleted pages, such as the deleted interview about Monsanto's dirty tricks campaigns, can sometimes be found via the internet archive:
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