Purpose: We reviewed 19 studies of mammals fed with commercialized genetically modified soybean and maize which represent, per trait and plant, more than 80% of all environmental genetically modified organisms (GMOs) cultivated on a large scale, after they were modified to tolerate or produce a pesticide. We have also obtained the raw data of 90-day-long rat tests following court actions or official requests. The data obtained include biochemical blood and urine parameters of mammals eating GMOs with numerous organ weights and histopathology findings.
The Plurinational State of Bolivia recognizes the multiple and intertwined ecological and socioeconomic interactions that occur along the life cycle of living modified organisms (LMOs). This is the particular case of agricultural crops and, more recently, genetically modified mosquitoes in terms of their potential adverse effects on biological diversity andlong-term social welfare.
On the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Directive 2001/18/EC as regards the possibility for the Member States to restrict or prohibit the cultivation of GMOs in their territory (COM(2010)0375-C7-0178/2010-2010/0208(COD))
Committe on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
Rapporteur: Corinne Lepage
COMPLEMENTARY CONSIDERATIONS ON LEGAL ISSUES ON GMO CULTIVATION RAISED IN THE OPINIONS OF THE LEGAL SERVICE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION OF 5 NOVEMBER 2010 AND OF THE LEGAL SERVICE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT OF 17 NOVEMBER 2010
(INDICATIVE LIST OF GROUNDS FOR MEMBER STATES TO RESTRICT OR PROHIBIT GMO CULTIVATION)
SEC(2011) 184 final