A not-for-profit public interest research organisation. It investigates and analyses developments in science and technology.
Support traditional and small-scale agriculture against trends of globalisation and corporatisation.
Records all incidents of contamination arising from the intentional or accidental release of genetically engineered organisms.
A network spanning 90 countries working to replace the use of hazardous pesticides with ecologically sound and socially just alternatives.
Marker assisted selection (MAS) presents not only an alternative but may be in the long run superior to genetic engineering
A great general factsheet on the issues and problems with GE food crops.
Most of the myths about GM are deliberately created by GM companies so we thought it was time to get a few things straight.
The environmental and food safety of all GM crops is highly questionable but crops for RNA interference (RNAi) pose particular risks
Australia is set to be the first country in the world to commercially grow GM wheat.
Briefing and reports
The biotech takeover of our daily bread
This briefing gives an overview of scientific evidence regarding the environmental and health risks of genetically modified crops.
Reviews the Canadian experience of growing GE canola crops, and the lessons Australia should learn from it.
A 2007 review of cases of contamination, illegal planting and negative side effects of genetically modified organisms.
Greenpeace Australia Pacific has launched a critical report detailing the development of genetically modified (GM) wheat in Australia.
Why the world should be Ready to Round Up glyphosate
Are "climate-ready genes" a silver bullet solution to climate change or just a golden opportunity to push GE crops?
The environmental and food safety of all GM crops is highly questionable but GM crops for RNA interference (RNAi) pose particular risks