Imagine A World Without Monarch Butterflies

Imagine A World Without Monarch Butterflies

Awakening to the Hazards of Genetically Altered Foods

Book - 2000
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Cornell University scientists shocked the nation by reporting that new gene-altered corn can kill Monarch butterflies. Today a majority of foods in American supermarkets and restaurants include genetically engineered ingredients. But since no labeling is required by the U.S. Government and no long term safety tests have been done, consumers have no way of knowing what they are eating or the possible risks to their families. Imagine a World Without Monarch Butterflies describes which foods are modified; their effects on body, mind, and spirit; their impact on other species and the environment; and what can be done to protect the nation's food supply.%OD%OD Consumer's guide to all gene-altered foods, beverages, and supplements%OD Summarizes scores of current scientific and medical studies showing to personal health and the environment%OD Statements by the Sierra Club, British Medical Association, and other leading scientific, medical, and environmental organizations calling for control of biofoods%OD%OD"When butterflies start dying, I think it's fair to start asking questions."%OD -- Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich%OD%OD"Alex, you are a true poet. Thank you for this wonderful story." -- Charles Behrens, EarthSave-Boston
Publisher: Beckett, Mass. : One Peaceful World Press, 2000.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9781882984398
Characteristics: 80 p. :,ill.


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