To Ge or Not to Ge?

As the ethical, economic and emotional problem of how to approach GE shapes to be a central issue in the upcoming NZ election a high profile group has formed to argue for caution and the extension of the moratorium on field trials of GM organisms. Actor Sam Neill, squash player Susan Devoy, former Federated Farmers head Sir Peter Elworthy, chef Annabel Langbein and Auckland University Professor of Bio-chemistry Dr Garth Cooper form the Sustainability Council of New Zealand.


Tags: Annabel Langbein  Federated Farmers  Garth Cooper (Dr)  genetic engineering  Genetically Modified Organisms  New Zealand  Sam Neill  Scoop  Sir Peter Elworthy  Susan Devoy  Sustainability  University of Auckland  

Jewellery Brand Monarc Good for the Planet

Jewellery Brand Monarc Good for the Planet

“Ethical jewellery is defined as jewellery that has no negative impact on the people who make it, or the environment it’s produced in, Naomi May writes for London’s Evening Standard. “It…