Genetically Modified Organisms – Unnatural Selection

This stunning European documentary made available for the first time in the US, reveals several harsh consequences of genetic engineering worldwide.  A failed GM cotton crop prompts farmer suicides in India. Windborne GM canola contaminates organic and conventional farms in Canada. One farmer fights Monsanto in the Supreme Court.  A company seeks approval for giant GM salmon that may threaten the survival of the natural species.  GM pigs are born with ghastly mutations.
And experts reveal how inadequate testing and regulations put us at risk.  It features Vandana Shiva, Andrew Kimbrell, Percy Schmeiser and others.

Press conference on risks involved in GMO maize MON863

Press conference by Greenpeace and CRIIGEN in Berlin on March 13, 2007 on the risks involved in the feeding of GMO maize MON863 of Monsanto. Rats who were fed the maize developed problems in their livers and kidneys and became ill. Nevertheless the maize is considered safe for humans by European authorities.

Genetically Modified Food – Panacea or Poison

A very interesting documentary on genetically engineer food or GE, GMO.  GE food raise serious concern about its safety because it is not properly regulated in North America yet. Primary research on rats feed with GE food show modifications to their internal organs.  The responsibility of testing on the long term effects of GMOs should be done by industry before they are inserted into the food chain.You need to have flashplayer enabled to watch this Google video

The Future of Food: What Every Person Should Know with Deborah Garcia

What should every person know about the food they ingest. The documentary “The Future of Food” changed the way we think about food(and continues to do so) by answering this very question.  But, just how has food actually changed? Do we need to worry about genetically modified foods? What about artificial foods? Learn all this more as Kurt Olson, host of the Educational Forum, sits down with Deborah Garcia the award winning creator of “The Future of Food.”You need to have flashplayer enabled to watch this Google video