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Science and policy programs

GMO Mythbusting

The GMO Mythbusting project is a comprehensive strategy to educate citizens and decision-makers of the world about the myths the biotech industry perpetuates in order to push their products onto global markets. These myths are intended to deceive the public into believing GM products are safe when, in fact, the severe environmental, social, and economic consequences of using GM food products are well documented. The broad objective of the mythbusting project is to encourage citizen action toward establishing socially responsible and economically sustainable agricultural policies.

See our report, GMO Myths & Truths.
 

GMOSeralini

GMOSeralini.org is a website designed as a one-stop information resource for the public, scientists, and the media on the research of Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini and his team at the University of Caen, France. Earth Open Source supported the development of the site, which is edited by Earth Open Source research director Claire Robinson.