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GENETICALLY MODIFIED TREES Sign-on letter to CBD

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- Sign-on letter to Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) urging a ban on genetically modified trees

from World Rainforest Movement http://www.wrm.org.uy/
WRM BULLETIN #110 - September 2006
www.wrm.org

GENETICALLY MODIFIED TREES

At its last Conference of the Parties (COP8), the
Convention on Biological Diversity adopted a very
important Decision (VIII/19),"Recommending
"Parties to take a precautionary approach when
addressing the issue of genetically modified
trees".

National Park Service to Allow Commercial "Bioprospecting" in Parks

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Public Interest Groups Cry Foul

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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Contacts:
EI: Beth Burrows, 425-775-5383, beb@igc.org
Mike Bader, 406-721-4835, mbader@montana.com
PEER: Jeff Ruch, 202-265-7337, extension 22, jruch@peer.org
AWR: Michael Garrity, 406-459-5936,
garritymichael@yahoo.org

For more information on bioprospecting in national parks, and to comment on the plan visit:
www.parksnotfor sale.org">Send in your comment here
or

Sign-on Letter to Ban Genetically Engineered Trees!

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from World Rainforest Movement www.wrm.org.uy
WRM BULLETIN #110 - September 2006 wrm.org bulletin #110

At its last Conference of the Parties (COP8), the
Convention on Biological Diversity adopted a very
important Decision (VIII/19),"Recommending
"Parties to take a precautionary approach when
addressing the issue of genetically modified
trees".

That Decision recognized "the uncertainties
related to the potential environmental and

USDA SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT ON DEREGULATION OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED RICE

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Rachel Iadicicco (301) 734-3255
Kristin Scuderi (202) 720-4623

http://www.usda.gov/2006/09/0345.xml

WASHINGTON, Sept. 8, 2006--The U.S. Department of Agriculture is
seeking public comment on a petition to deregulate a rice genetically
engineered (GE) to be tolerant to herbicides marketed under the brand
name LibertyLink. In 1999, after thorough safety evaluations, USDA's
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) deregulated two
similar LibertyLink rice lines. Under petition, APHIS would extend its

Say No to Keltic Pride Dairy!!

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Oregonians who care about a rich, diverse future for Oregon agriculture should say NO to Keltic Pride for the following reasons:

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