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31 March 2002
2 weeks to stop GM in Scotland
Government connivance over Bt cotton
30 March 2002
Nutrigenomics opinion article
Bt cotton a new trap for small farmers
29 March 2002
Scotland/Europe/Canada/US/rice/OSR/beet
28 March 2002
Donnie MacLeod is a free man again!/Bayer not targeting Britain
Farmers are deeply wary about genetically engineered crops
Favour of the month
Spinning genes make "designer" animals easy
Continental campaign and protest against genetically engineered corn
Farmers lose battle as GM cotton given the green light
27 March 2002
Time to go organic, Blair tells farmers, and other tales
China Complicates Issues with New Biotech Crop Rules
India Joins the AgBiotech Powers
26 March 2002
India Approves Bt Cotton Commercialization
No Patents on Non-Life Either!
India on the brink
Junk Science and Inquiry into "The Future of the UK Biotechnology Industry"
25 March 2002
Crop trasher sentenced in Aberdeen/Travel information for Resistance is Fertile in the Hague 8-19 April
India - Bt cotton update
Hostile reception to liability means continued moratorium/Aventis $9 million pay out
24 March 2002
"Assessing the Impact of GM Plants" - extracts
March for Donnie Macleod
23 March 2002
Vital - GM things to do
Anti-GM campaigners take their protest to prison
22 March 2002
Brazil doubles soybean exports/Mexico/China/Texas/Canada
Du Pont in retreat on GM wheat - ditches hybrids
European Environment Agency report on gene flow - urls
India: Farming state bent on growing GE cotton
21 March 2002
Last Chance GM Rally Report/UN promotes organic production in developing world
Citizens jury holds UK Government to account - article from today's Independent
Did Cornell Censor Criticism of Its Biotech Work?
Fresh blow for 'Dolly' firm/Opposition to cloning
20 March 2002
Faulty Engineering and other items from Agnet March 20/02
NGO busting - MBD and a global industry of "anti-activism"
Farmer's GM crop rethink/ Cargill's new plant ‘will be GM free’
19 March 2002
The first GE staple hits Africa
More on jailed organic farmer/Mary Shelley's fault/Basmati/cloned milk
Powerhouse or poorhouse? GM crops in India
Worries over corn contamination
Jailed Donnie MacLeod - What you can do to help
18 March 2002
Bayer targets Britain/Brigham's back/Bincombe buried
Jail for GM crop protester
RS meeting report/Commercial pressures test public trust in science
UK government funds scheme to throw 20m Indian farmers off their land
Prakash & Christou criticised/EU study/super race
17 March 2002
Stop Genetic Contamination of Mexican Maize - cyberaction
GM crops 'too dangerous to insure' - UK & Oz
16 March 2002
In Corn's Cradle, U.S. Imports Bury Family Farms
Protests against GE Corn/US farmers in UK - open meetings
15 March 2002
Small gene pool - Resistance is Fertile/UK GE maize trials
14 March 2002
FSA threatens kids
Global roundup - GE resistance
Body Shop's Genetic Tests Misleading and Unethical
Article on CEI "ecoterror" session
13 March 2002
4000 in bid to stop trials of GM crops
Organic food might reduce heart attacks
12 March 2002
Tighter rules urged for French GM crop trials
Fixing the farms scale trials: The Ecologist
11 March 2002
Gene mapping will do more than GM to boost British farming
Greenpeace reply to Prakash
UK/Italy/India/etc.
8 March 2002
Schmeiser/Traceability/Force-Feeding Europe/GM feral oil seed rape/GM crops threat to diversity
UN gets into bed with Aventis/Indian Farmers UK 18th March
"If you are not with the polluters, you are with the terrorists"
7 March 2002
Pusztai responds to Trewavas' attack
6 March 2002
Brazil minister supports ban / Brazil burns soy
The Maize Gene War ? ISIS
Krebs vs Meacher - 2 items
Prakash admits AgBioWorld bastard child of "well-funded front for corporations"
5 March 2002
Canadian GE PR exposed
Prakash warns of AIDS & Hepatitis B dangers from GM foods
Patents chief admits charity sabotage
4 March 2002
Stop the GM crop tests, says health chief
GENETIX ACTION  - number 21
1 March 2002
ISIS: Sacked Scientists Treated 'Worse than Murderer' Says Federal Court Judge
GE food sparks row in Brazilian Congress / Brazil sees demand increase for non-GMO

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