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轉基因作物種植緣何要穿防護服——來自國際的報導



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http://blog.sciencenet.cn/blog-475-744346.html


【微評論】轉基因,轉進去容易,逃逸出來也容易,這就是鐵律。 看看下面的文章和圖片,那些聲稱轉基因作物是綠色的環保的,還那樣有底氣嗎? 今後農民種地也要穿防護服嗎? 轉基因科學已經遠離了為人類造福的正確路線,而走向了其反面。 在轉基因問題上,不妨借用北京師範大學田松教授的說法:“警惕科學,警惕科學家”。 。 。 。

來自塞拉利尼網的最新信息:

http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_6188d2520102efib.html

http://gmoseralini.org/轉基因作物在多國擴散失控-新報告-2/

【顧秀林按(節選):科學地說,也就是用數據來說,轉基因作物走到哪裡,就在哪裡失控,那個人造的生物技術流毒,一定會世世代代傳下去,估計也許是永無寧日了。 這轉基因產業化的偉大成果,恐怖不恐怖? 無論什麼“嚴格監管”,都不過是自欺欺人的把戲。 看看下圖吧,人要穿防護服才能接觸莊稼,這是玩的哪一出呢? 生產這種毒物,究竟要幹什麼用呢? 貼個標籤就可以合法賣給不穿防護服的的傻瓜吃? 幹這事的科學家,產業家,難道心裡不會感覺這是作孽犯天條嗎? 他們夜裡不做噩夢嗎? 轉基因這才商業化玩了不滿17年,轉基因農業就失控到這境界了,再玩17年,種地是不是就要戴防毒面具了呢? 老百姓吃飯怎麼戴防毒面具呢? 農業玩上轉基因,分明是找死,還需要什麼證據? 證據還不夠多? 】



轉基因作物在多國擴散失控—新報告

Testbiotech最近出版了首份全球概覽,展示玉米、水稻、棉花、油菜、常綠草和楊樹等轉基因作物擴散的失控情況。

該擴散失控發生在美國、加拿大、中美洲、日本、中國、澳大利亞和歐洲等地區和國家。 諸多案例表明,這些植物會擴散到農田以外的環境中。 在一些地區,轉基因已經進入野生近緣種的種群。

閱讀報告全文:轉基因逃逸——轉基因植物失控傳播全球地圖集

該概覽出版時,恰逢轉基因作物共存會議(GMCC),該會議今日在葡萄牙里斯本召開。 歐盟專員托尼·博格負責這些植物的上市授權,他將在此次會議(由孟山都等公司贊助)上發表視頻講話。

“如果轉基因作物失控地擴散到野生種群中,那麼轉基因作物和生物多樣性之間是不可能共存的。工業正在污染生物多樣性和我們未來的種子——誰將為此擔起責任?”馬加里達·席爾瓦在葡萄牙舉行的無轉基因作物論壇上說道。

轉基因逃逸的原因眾多。 除了商業化種植和實地試驗之外,用於食品和飼料生產的可存活穀物的進口和運輸損失也是擴散失控的來源,其後果是無法估量的;而從該概覽記錄的案例來看,人們無法預測這些植物的長期行為或者與生物多樣性的交互情況,這點是顯而易見的。

“歐盟專員托尼奧·博奇正在推進轉基因植物獲得歐盟的授權,他應該意識到這一技術將在全球範圍內產生的後果,”克里斯托夫·特恩對Testbiotech說。 “我們需要對此進行監管,確保只有當轉基因生物可以按需從環境中清除時,才可以授權轉基因生物的准入。”

Testbiotech最近出版的一份法律卷宗清楚地顯示了轉基因生物缺乏全球監管的事實。 只有在迫切需要的情況下,並且已經制定了有效的措施將轉基因生物從環境中清除,那麼歐盟確立的預防原則才能得以實施。 但是,即使在歐盟內,也需要一個監管體係來闡明如何在實踐中實施上述原則。

Testbiotech的報告“轉基因逃逸——轉基因植物失控傳播全球地圖集”在德國慕尼黑Gregor Louisoder Umweltstiftung的支持下得以完成。

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Spread of GM Crops Out of Control in M​​any Countries – New Report

http://sustainablepulse.com/2013/11/12/spread-of-gm-crops-out-of-control-in-many-countries-breaking-news/#.UpHPGuXPe6Y

Today Testbiotech published the first global overview showing how genetically engineered plants (GM crops) such as maize, rice, cotton, oilseed rape, bentgrass and poplar trees are spreading uncontrollably.



This is happening in regions and countries such as the USA and Canada, Middle America, Japan, China, Australia and Europe. In many cases, the plants have escaped far beyond the fields into the environment. In some regions, the transgenes have already moved into populations of wild relatives.

Read the Full Report: Transgene escape - Global atlas of uncontrolled spread of genetically engineered plants

The overview was published to coincide with the international conference on coexistence with genetically engineered plants (GMCC), starting today in Lisbon, Portugal. EU Commissioner Toni Borg who is responsible for market authorisations of these plants, will give a video speech at the conference sponsored by companies such as Monsanto and others.

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“Coexistence between genetically engineered crops and biodiversity is not possible if crops are spreading into wild populations without control. Industry is contaminating biodiversity and our future seeds – who will hold them responsible?” says Margarida Silva from the GMO-free Platform in Portugal.

There are various reasons for transgene escape. Apart from commercial cultivati​​on and experimental field trials, losses from the import and transport of viable grains for food and feed production are a source of uncontrolled dispersal. The consequences cannot be reliably predicted, and from the cases documented in the overview it is evident that no prediction can be made on how these plants will behave in the long-term or interact with biodiversity.

“EU Commissioner Tonio Borg who is currently pushing for the authorisation of genetically engineered plants in the EU, should be aware of the consequences of this technology on a global scale”, says Christoph Then for Testbiotech. “We need regulations to ensure that the release of genetically engineered organisms is prohibited unless they can be removed from the environment if required.”

A legal dossier published recently by Testbiotech clearly shows a lack of global regulation. The precautionary principle as established in the European Union can only be implemented if there are effective measures in place to remove genetically engineered organisms from the environment if this is urgently required. But even within the EU, a regulatory framework is needed to clarify how this can be implemented in practice.

The Testbiotech report “Transgene escape – Global atlas of uncontrolled spread of genetically engineered plants” was realised with the support of the Gregor Louisoder Umweltstiftung, Munich, Germany.

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9 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

GMOsRnotNice November 13, 2013 at 02:52 - Reply

It wouldn't surprise me if this situation is by design: the Monsanto/GMO Saturation Technique can be used with pesticides, herbicides, advertisements, op ads, internet shilling, “scientific” obfuscation, academic obfuscation. The quote below concerns “market saturation .”

“The hope of the industry is that over time, the market is so flooded (with GMOs) that there's nothing you can do about it. You just sort of surrender.”

—Don Westfall, biotech industry consultant and vice-president of Promar International, Toronto Star, January 9 2001.

harry s monster November 13, 2013 at 16:04 - Reply

Of course it was..that factor would definately be considered to muscle their way in. The whole thing is engineered for the market not the product itself. So most of its engineering is aimed at its market consumption and capture..Look at the efforts made in payola in Washington as a clue..

Jennifer Mansfield November 13, 2013 at 02:55 - Reply

People want to know what to do–how can the local consumer (besides boycotting GM GMO products and “voting”) make a radical advancement in the direction of eliminating GM GMO farming (?) We are masses of individuals lead by a few incredulous corporations and politicians who have deceived the general public over almost two decades with marketing and media professing that our food is “healthy”. We are in the midst of lawsuits against big food corporations and signing petitions to halt FSMA regulations that will obliterate organic farming. What can we do as individuals coming together to SPEED this AWARENESS and ACTION !(?)! Concerned Citizen of the USA.

time to do something November 13, 2013 at 15:20 - Reply

Sounds like time to act…maybe a few thousand GMO fields need to accidentally catch fire…by lightning strikes or something…just speculating…

Concerned November 14, 2013 at 20:46 - Reply

GMOsRnotNice November 13, 2013 at 03:06 - Reply

Anybody paying attention even years ago was well aware that this would eventually happen.

Now, how is humanity going to deal with the worldwide GMO plague?

Please share your ideas and being to implement the best of them.

Here are a few that I have seen:

1) Save organic heirloom seeds — at home, in community seed banks, and secure places.

2) Start community farms — but know if there are toxic GMOs nearby.

3) Grow food at home.

4) Grow food in greenhouses.

5) Demand nationwide labeling laws.

6) Cancel subscriptions to newspapers supporting this deadly technology.

7) ?

8) ?

9) ?

Shawn Lewis November 13, 2013 at 22:24 - Reply

- attend community farmer's markets to support local growers. let them know that you are opposed to genetially modified products.

– Write to companies who market “organic” products and let them know that you will not purchase their products if they contain genetically engineered ingredients (apparently, the “organic” rules do allow the manufacturer to include a percentage of non-organic ingreditents)

Peter Gurba November 13, 2013 at 23:31 - Reply

how about the GMO grass that is sown in golf courses and around homes ate thy killing the birds and wild life too???????????? seems Weed & Grass Killer don't react with them any more…. . life in unconsciousness

jim edwards November 22, 2013 at 19:36 - Reply

“We need regulations to ensure that the release of genetically engineered organisms is prohibited unless they can be removed from the environment if required.”

Because you have a resolution, (= mouth w/out teeth) to put Genie back n her bottle, does not mean that she is going to obey your piece of paper. This monster is out, it's destroying the God made / Evolution made seeds , and they admittedly don't know how long the GMO will viable. SO, Monsanto/DuPont/Bayer et al, your money maker monster destroys the food bearing seeds that evolution/god made, and then YOUR crap fails, where does that leave the five billion people who are needing food??? Famine of biblical proportions maybe?

See Rev.6 5 And when he had opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say, Come and see. And I beheld, and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand.

6 And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny; and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine.

7 And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say, Come and see.

8 And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.
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