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Australia’s first GE canola harvest – Greenpeace

Australia’s Second GE canola harvest – Greenpeace http://www.greenpeace.org.au “We all thought this crop would not be going into the food system, but obviously it is,” says Australian farmer Juliet McFarlane. In 2008, the first genetically engineered (GE) crops were harvested in Australia, and already there is evidence of GE seed contamination. ... Read More »

Australia’s Second GE canola harvest – Greenpeace

Truefood Network: Empowering consumers, farmers and chefs for a GE-free Australia   CategoriesAustralia’s first GE canola harvest – Greenpeace http://www.greenpeace.org.au “We all thought this crop would not be going into the food system, but obviously it is,” says Australian farmer Juliet McFarlane. In 2008, the first genetically engineered (GE) crops were ... Read More »

Not just another policy…

The who/what /why of developing a food policy packed with practical information at Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation in Airds, NSW Read More »

A World of Free Documentaries

Here is a place for you to learn and grow your perspective, please comment and be a part of the discussions about our world and your part in it. Check out these  free documentaries to watch online, there are lots to watch! Here are some of my favourites http://documentaryheaven.com For ... Read More »

Master of Sustainability – The University of Sydney

Master of Sustainability  The Master of Sustainability is a truly multi- and cross-disciplinary qualification aimed at producing sustainability professionals able to combine their discipline-specific skills with an appreciation of the technological, commercial, legal, governmental and societal imperatives underpinning sustainability issues. The course has been developed collaboratively between the University’s Institute ... Read More »

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