Case for a GM-Free Sustainable World
The Independent Science Panel (ISP) on GM - launched 10 May 2003 at a public conference in London attended by the then UK environment minister Michael Meacher and 200 other participants - consists of dozens of prominent scientists from seven countries, spanning the disciplines of agroecology, agronomy, biomathematics, botany, chemical medicine, ecology, histopathology, microbial ecology, molecular genetics, nutritional biochemistry, physiology, toxicology and virology.
As their contribution to the global GM debate, the ISP has compiled this complete dossier of evidence on the known problems and hazards of GM crops as well as on the manifold benefits of sustainable agriculture.
Read it to make the right choice for the future of agriculture and food security.
Part 1: NO Future for GM crops?
Why Not GM Crops?
Part 2: GM Crops Not Safe
Science & Precaution
Part 3: The Manifold Benefits of Sustainable Agriculture
Why Sustainable Agriculture?
Statement of the Indepentat Science Panel
Independent Science Panel on GM: List of Members