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31 PICTURES
HEALTH-ZIKA/OXITEC
RTX2QM7J
October 26, 2016
A technician from Oxitec inspects pupae of genetically modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at Oxitec factory...
PIRACICABA, Brazil
A technician from Oxitec inspects pupae of genetically modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at Oxitec factory...
A technician from Oxitec inspects pupae of genetically modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at Oxitec factory in Piracicaba, Brazil, October 26, 2016 REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PHILIPPINES-GMO/
RTX2751M
February 16, 2016
Locally manufactured corn grits for animal feed is pictured at a local market in Manila, Philippines...
Manila, Philippines
Locally manufactured corn grits for animal feed is pictured at a local market in Manila
Locally manufactured corn grits for animal feed is pictured at a local market in Manila, Philippines February 16, 2016. A legal challenge to the Philippines' rules on genetically modified organisms is threatening to spark a domestic food crisis, potentially setting a precedent for the rest of Asia. Philippines was the first in the region to allow planting and commercialization of GM corn, which it did in 2002, and has permitted GM crop imports for more than a decade. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
PHILIPPINES-GMO/
RTX2751J
February 16, 2016
Locally manufactured corn grits for animal feed is pictured at a local market in Manila, Philippines...
Manila, Philippines
Locally manufactured corn grits for animal feed is pictured at a local market in Manila
Locally manufactured corn grits for animal feed is pictured at a local market in Manila, Philippines February 16, 2016. A legal challenge to the Philippines' rules on genetically modified organisms is threatening to spark a domestic food crisis, potentially setting a precedent for the rest of Asia. Philippines was the first in the region to allow planting and commercialization of GM corn, which it did in 2002, and has permitted GM crop imports for more than a decade. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
SYNGENTA-AG/CHINA
RTX26N76
February 12, 2016
A Syngenta logo is pictured in their office in Singapore, February 12, 2016. ChemChina's purchase of...
Singapore, Singapore
A Syngenta logo is pictured in their office in Singapore
A Syngenta logo is pictured in their office in Singapore, February 12, 2016. ChemChina's purchase of Syngenta could remove some of the suspicion around genetically modified crops and ultimately lead to more rapid user acceptance of biotechnology in food production in China, Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk told Reuters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SYNGENTA-AG/CHINA
RTX26N72
February 12, 2016
A Syngenta logo is pictured in their office in Singapore, February 12, 2016. ChemChina's purchase of...
Singapore, Singapore
A Syngenta logo is pictured in their office in Singapore
A Syngenta logo is pictured in their office in Singapore, February 12, 2016. ChemChina's purchase of Syngenta could remove some of the suspicion around genetically modified crops and ultimately lead to more rapid user acceptance of biotechnology in food production in China, Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk told Reuters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SYNGENTA-AG/CHINA
RTX26N6U
February 12, 2016
A Syngenta logo is pictured in their office in Singapore, February 12, 2016. ChemChina's purchase of...
Singapore, Singapore
A Syngenta logo is pictured in their office in Singapore
A Syngenta logo is pictured in their office in Singapore, February 12, 2016. ChemChina's purchase of Syngenta could remove some of the suspicion around genetically modified crops and ultimately lead to more rapid user acceptance of biotechnology in food production in China, Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk told Reuters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SYNGENTA-AG/CHINA
RTX26N6P
February 12, 2016
Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk speaks during an interview with Reuters at their office...
Singapore, Singapore
Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk speaks during an interview with Reuters at their office...
Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk speaks during an interview with Reuters at their office in Singapore, February 12, 2016. ChemChina's purchase of Syngenta could remove some of the suspicion around genetically modified crops and ultimately lead to more rapid user acceptance of biotechnology in food production in China, Pisk told Reuters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SYNGENTA-AG/CHINA
RTX26N6O
February 12, 2016
Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk poses for a photo after an interview with Reuters at their...
Singapore, Singapore
Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk poses for a photo after an interview with Reuters at their...
Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk poses for a photo after an interview with Reuters at their office in Singapore, February 12, 2016. ChemChina's purchase of Syngenta could remove some of the suspicion around genetically modified crops and ultimately lead to more rapid user acceptance of biotechnology in food production in China, Pisk told Reuters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SYNGENTA-AG/CHINA
RTX26N6K
February 12, 2016
Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk speaks during an interview with Reuters at their office...
Singapore, Singapore
Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk speaks during an interview with Reuters at their office...
Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davor Pisk speaks during an interview with Reuters at their office in Singapore, February 12, 2016. ChemChina's purchase of Syngenta could remove some of the suspicion around genetically modified crops and ultimately lead to more rapid user acceptance of biotechnology in food production in China, Pisk told Reuters. REUTERS/Edgar Su
CHILE-PROTEST/MONSANTO
RTX1E9GN
May 23, 2015
A demonstrator holds up a banner that reads "I dont want to eat transgenics" during a protest march against...
Santiago, Chile
Demonstrator holds up a banner that reads "I dont want to eat transgenics" during a protest march against...
A demonstrator holds up a banner that reads "I dont want to eat transgenics" during a protest march against Monsanto Co, the world's largest seed company, in Santiago city, May 23, 2015. Similar demonstrations took part on Saturday around the world to raise awareness to what the activists claim are dangers surrounding Monsanto's glyphosate-containing herbicide Roundup. REUTERS/Rayen Luna TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-GMO/
RTR4QKJM
February 22, 2015
An Indian scientist holds a genetically modified (GM) rapeseed crop under trial in New Delhi February...
New Delhi, India
An Indian scientist holds a GM rapeseed crop under trial in New Delhi
An Indian scientist holds a genetically modified (GM) rapeseed crop under trial in New Delhi February 13, 2015. Picture taken February 13, 2015. To match Insight INDIA-GMO/. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
INDIA-GMO/
RTR4QKJD
February 22, 2015
An Indian scientist points to a patch of genetically modified (GM) rapeseed crop under trial in New Delhi...
New Delhi, India
An Indian scientist points to a patch of GM rapeseed crop under trial in New Delhi
An Indian scientist points to a patch of genetically modified (GM) rapeseed crop under trial in New Delhi February 13, 2015. Picture taken February 13, 2015. To match Insight INDIA-GMO/. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-FOOD/
RTR4NO3M
January 30, 2015
A woman touches a sign with message and a plush toy during a protest by activists against the production...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
A woman touches a sign and a plush toy during a protest against the production of herbicides and GMO...
A woman touches a sign with message and a plush toy during a protest by activists against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food products outside Monsanto headquarters during its annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri, January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Kate Munsch (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-FOOD/
RTR4NO3B
January 30, 2015
A view of signs with messages during a protest by activists against the production of herbicides and...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
A view of signs with messages during a protest against the production of herbicides and GMO food products...
A view of signs with messages during a protest by activists against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food products outside Monsanto headquarters during its annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri, January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Kate Munsch (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-FOOD/
RTR4NO3A
January 30, 2015
A view of signs with messages during a protest by activists against the production of herbicides and...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
A view of signs with messages during a protest against the production of herbicides and GMO food products...
A view of signs with messages during a protest by activists against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food products outside Monsanto headquarters during its annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri, January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Kate Munsch (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-FOOD/
RTR4NO34
January 30, 2015
An activist protests against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
An activist protests against the production of herbicides and GMO food products outside Monsanto headquarters...
An activist protests against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food products outside Monsanto headquarters during its annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri, January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Kate Munsch (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-FOOD/
RTR4NO31
January 30, 2015
An activist protests against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
An activist protests against the production of herbicides and GMO food products outside Monsanto headquarters...
An activist protests against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food products outside Monsanto headquarters during its annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri, January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Kate Munsch (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-FOOD/
RTR4NO2V
January 30, 2015
Activists protest against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
Activists protest against the production of herbicides and GMO food products outside Monsanto headquarters...
Activists protest against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food products outside Monsanto headquarters during its annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri, January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Kate Munsch (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-FOOD/
RTR4NO2T
January 30, 2015
An activist protests against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
An activist protests against the production of herbicides and GMO food products outside Monsanto headquarters...
An activist protests against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food products outside Monsanto headquarters during its annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri, January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Kate Munsch (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-FOOD/
RTR4NO2S
January 30, 2015
Activists protest against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
Activists protest against the production of herbicides and GMO food products outside Monsanto headquarters...
Activists protest against the production of herbicides and GMO (genetically modified organisms) food products outside Monsanto headquarters during its annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri, January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Kate Munsch (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
MEXICO-FOOD/
RTR488NZ
September 29, 2014
A demonstrator holds up a corn cob near farmers and activists protesting against Monsanto Co during an...
Mexico City, Mexico
A demonstrator holds up a corn cob near farmers and activists protesting against Monsanto Co during an...
A demonstrator holds up a corn cob near farmers and activists protesting against Monsanto Co during an event commemorating "Dia Nacional del Maiz" (National Corn Day) in downtown Mexico City September 29, 2014. Mexican farmers, activists and the NGO called Sin Maiz, No hay Pais (Without corn, there is no Country) commemorated National Corn Day, as part of a national campaign to raise awareness of the problems of small farmers and to support banning the planting of genetically modified corn, the seeds of which Monsanto is a major provider, according to the organisation. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST FOOD)
MEXICO-FOOD/
RTR488NX
September 29, 2014
Farmers hold corn cobs while protesting against Monsanto Co during an event commemorating "Dia Nacional...
Mexico City, Mexico
Farmers hold corn cobs while protesting against Monsanto Co during an event commemorating National Corn...
Farmers hold corn cobs while protesting against Monsanto Co during an event commemorating "Dia Nacional del Maiz" (National Corn Day) in downtown Mexico City September 29, 2014. Mexican farmers, activists and the NGO called Sin Maiz, No hay Pais (Without corn, there is no Country) commemorated National Corn Day, as part of a national campaign to raise awareness of the problems of small farmers and to support banning the planting of genetically modified corn, the seeds of which Monsanto is a major provider, according to the organisation. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST FOOD)
MEXICO-FOOD/
RTR488NV
September 29, 2014
Farmers and activists hold up corn cobs while protesting against Monsanto Co during an event commemorating...
Mexico City, Mexico
Farmers and activists hold up corn cobs while protesting against Monsanto Co during an event commemorating...
Farmers and activists hold up corn cobs while protesting against Monsanto Co during an event commemorating "Dia Nacional del Maiz" (National Corn Day) in downtown Mexico City September 29, 2014. Mexican farmers, activists and the NGO called Sin Maiz, No hay Pais (Without corn, there is no Country) commemorated National Corn Day, as part of a national campaign to raise awareness of the problems of small farmers and to support banning the planting of genetically modified corn, the seeds of which Monsanto is a major provider, according to the organisation. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST FOOD)
MEXICO-FOOD/
RTR488NS
September 29, 2014
A farmer holds corn cobs near other farmers and activists protesting against Monsanto Co during an event...
Mexico City, Mexico
A farmer holds corn cobs near other farmers and activists protesting against Monsanto Co during an event...
A farmer holds corn cobs near other farmers and activists protesting against Monsanto Co during an event commemorating "Dia Nacional del Maiz" (National Corn Day) in downtown Mexico City September 29, 2014. Mexican farmers, activists and the NGO called Sin Maiz, No hay Pais (Without corn, there is no Country) commemorated National Corn Day, as part of a national campaign to raise awareness of the problems of small farmers and to support banning the planting of genetically modified corn, the seeds of which Monsanto is a major provider, according to the organisation. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST FOOD)
TAIWAN-ANIMALS/
RTR45Y82
September 12, 2014
Genetically-engineered fish (Pterophyllum Scalare var.) glow in a tank during the 2014 Taiwan Aquarium...
Taipei, Taiwan
Genetically-engineered fish glow in a tank during the 2014 Taiwan Aquarium Expo in Taipei
Genetically-engineered fish (Pterophyllum Scalare var.) glow in a tank during the 2014 Taiwan Aquarium Expo in Taipei September 12, 2014. The 2014 Taiwan Aquarium Expo runs from September 12-15 at the Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN-ANIMALS/
RTR45Y7H
September 12, 2014
Genetically-engineered fish (Amatitlania nigrofasciatus var.) glow in a tank during the 2014 Taiwan Aquarium...
Taipei, Taiwan
Genetically-engineered fish glow in a tank during the 2014 Taiwan Aquarium Expo in Taipei
Genetically-engineered fish (Amatitlania nigrofasciatus var.) glow in a tank during the 2014 Taiwan Aquarium Expo in Taipei September 12, 2014. The 2014 Taiwan Aquarium Expo runs from September 12-15 at the Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/NICHE
RTR3Z4ZI
July 18, 2014
Clouds can be seen above farmland in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014....
Launceston, Australia
Clouds can be seen above farmland in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston
Clouds can be seen above farmland in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Tasmania's presently holds the status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 4, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4Y1
July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls feed at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls feed at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston...
Black Angus bulls feed at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4Y0
July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XZ
July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XY
July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured eating at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured eating at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the...
Black Angus bulls are pictured eating at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XW
July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XV
July 18, 2014
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Launceston, Australia
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts...
Black Angus bulls are pictured at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot located at Powranna on the outskirts of Launceston June 5, 2014. The feedlot, owned by Japan's Aeon Co Ltd, book an even higher premium thanks to Tasmania's status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. That moratorium has made Tasmania - an island the size of Ireland separated from Australia's mainland by 250 km (150 miles) of Bass Strait waters - a model of high-end, value-added agriculture production. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 5, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XR
July 18, 2014
A worker stands next to a crushing machine in a warehouse at Tasmanian Alkaloids, a Johnson & Johnson...
Launceston, Australia
Worker stands next to crushing machine in warehouse at Tasmanian Alkaloids, in Tasmania's northwest on...
A worker stands next to a crushing machine in a warehouse at Tasmanian Alkaloids, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary which processes around 80 percent of the world's thebaine poppies, the main ingredient in slow-release pain medication, located in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Tasmania presently holds the status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 4, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XQ
July 18, 2014
Dried poppies can be seen at the Tasmanian Alkaloids factory, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary which processes...
Launceston, Australia
Dried poppies can be seen at the Tasmanian Alkaloids factory, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary which processes...
Dried poppies can be seen at the Tasmanian Alkaloids factory, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary which processes around 80 percent of the world's thebaine poppies, the main ingredient in slow-release pain medication, located in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Tasmania's presently holds the status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 4, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XL
July 18, 2014
A stretch of coastline can be seen on Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014....
Launceston, Australia
A stretch of coastline can be seen on Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston
A stretch of coastline can be seen on Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Tasmania presently holds the status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 4, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XJ
July 18, 2014
A worker wears clothing bearing the emblem of Tasmanian Alkaloids, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, which...
Launceston, Australia
Worker wears clothing bearing the emblem of Tasmanian Alkaloids, in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts...
A worker wears clothing bearing the emblem of Tasmanian Alkaloids, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, which processes around 80 percent of the world's thebaine poppies, the main ingredient in slow-release pain medication, in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Tasmania presently holds the status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 4, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS LOGO)
AUSTRALIA-GMO/
RTR3Z4XE
July 18, 2014
Clouds are pictured above farmland in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014....
Launceston, Australia
Clouds are pictured above farmland in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston
Clouds are pictured above farmland in Tasmania's northwest on the outskirts of Launceston June 4, 2014. Tasmania presently holds the status as the only Australian state that bans genetically modified food crops and animal feed. Once a dumping ground for the British Empire's convicts, Tasmania's isolation, wilderness and low population of just over half a million people has meant that it is one of the cleanest places on earth. But with fewer and fewer places in the world that are free from genetically modified farming and the innovations it brings, the pristine environment is under threat. Picture taken June 4, 2014. To match FEATURE AUSTRALIA-GMO/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3HY4I
March 20, 2014
An employee of a private security service and his dog guard a double-fenced test area of the Swiss Agroscope...
Zurich, Switzerland
An employee of a private security service and his dog guard a double-fenced test area of the Swiss Agroscope...
An employee of a private security service and his dog guard a double-fenced test area of the Swiss Agroscope Reckenholz-Taenikon (ART) research station, belonging to the Swiss Federal Office for Agriculture, in Zurich March 20, 2014. According to the University of Zurich, scientists at the university started testing genetically modified wheat lines on the field last week. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-MONSANTO/GMOS
RTX17YUW
January 28, 2014
Protesters hold signs protesting the use of GMOs outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto annual...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
Protesters hold signs protesting use of GMOs outside Monsanto campus during Monsanto annual shareholder...
Protesters hold signs protesting the use of GMOs outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto annual shareholder meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri January 28, 2014. Critics of genetically modified crops protested at Monsanto Co's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday, calling for the world's largest seed company to provide a report on contamination in non-GMO crops and to stop fighting mandatory labels on foods containing GMO ingredients. REUTERS/Sarah Conard (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD CIVIL UNREST)
USA-MONSANTO/GMOS
RTX17YUV
January 28, 2014
Creve Coeur police arrest a protester outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto annual shareholder...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
Creve Coeur police arrest protester outside Monsanto campus during Monsanto annual shareholder meeting...
Creve Coeur police arrest a protester outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto annual shareholder meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri January 28, 2014. Critics of genetically modified crops protested at Monsanto Co's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday, calling for the world's largest seed company to provide a report on contamination in non-GMO crops and to stop fighting mandatory labels on foods containing GMO ingredients. REUTERS/Sarah Conard (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD CIVIL UNREST)
USA-MONSANTO/GMOS
RTX17YUK
January 28, 2014
Pat McHugh (R) and other protesters hold signs outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto annual...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
Pat McHugh and other protesters hold signs outside Monsanto campus during Monsanto annual shareholder...
Pat McHugh (R) and other protesters hold signs outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto annual shareholder meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri January 28, 2014. Critics of genetically modified crops protested at Monsanto Co's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday, calling for the world's largest seed company to provide a report on contamination in non-GMO crops and to stop fighting mandatory labels on foods containing GMO ingredients. REUTERS/Sarah Conard (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST FOOD AGRICULTURE)
USA-MONSANTO/GMOS
RTX17YUH
January 28, 2014
Creve Coeur police detain a protester while another is chained to a car outside the Monsanto campus during...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
Police detain protester while another is chained to car outside Monsanto campus during Monsanto annual...
Creve Coeur police detain a protester while another is chained to a car outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto annual shareholder meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri January 28, 2014. Critics of genetically modified crops protested at Monsanto Co's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday, calling for the world's largest seed company to provide a report on contamination in non-GMO crops and to stop fighting mandatory labels on foods containing GMO ingredients. REUTERS/Sarah Conard (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE CIVIL UNREST)
USA-MONSANTO/GMOS
RTX17YTL
January 28, 2014
Creve Coeur police detain a protester while another is chained to a car outside the Monsanto campus during...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
Creve Coeur police detain a protester while another is chained to a car outside the Monsanto campus during...
Creve Coeur police detain a protester while another is chained to a car outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri January 28, 2014. Critics of genetically modified crops protested at Monsanto Co's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday, calling for the world's largest seed company to provide a report on contamination in non-GMO crops and to stop fighting mandatory labels on foods containing GMO ingredients. REUTERS/Sarah Conard (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
USA-MONSANTO/GMOS
RTX17YTG
January 28, 2014
Creve Coeur police detain a protester dressed as a rat outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto...
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES
Creve Coeur police detain a protester dressed as a rat outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto...
Creve Coeur police detain a protester dressed as a rat outside the Monsanto campus during the Monsanto annual shareholders meeting in Creve Coeur, Missouri January 28, 2014. Critics of genetically modified crops protested at Monsanto Co's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday, calling for the world's largest seed company to provide a report on contamination in non-GMO crops and to stop fighting mandatory labels on foods containing GMO ingredients. REUTERS/Sarah Conard (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
AGRITECH-ISRAEL/
RTX15ELS
November 15, 2013
A researcher at seed technology firm Kaiima Bio-Agritech holds two corn seedlings, one that he says was...
SARONA, Israel
Researcher at seed technology firm Kaiima Bio-Agritech holds two corn seedlings at the firm's laboratories...
A researcher at seed technology firm Kaiima Bio-Agritech holds two corn seedlings, one that he says was not modified (L) and one after modification (R), at the firm's laboratories in Sarona, in northern Israel October 21, 2013. Kaiima says it has developed a way to greatly speed up the multiplication of the genome of crops, known as genome doubling, without changing their DNA, or genetic fingerprint. The company has told Reuters it will sow its first commercial seeds within three years. Picture taken October 21, 2013. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOOD BUSINESS)
USA-POLITICS/GMO
RTX14T92
October 29, 2013
Labels point out products verified to not contain genetically modified organisms (GMO) at the Central...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Labels point out products verified to not contain genetically modified organisms (GMO) at the Central...
Labels point out products verified to not contain genetically modified organisms (GMO) at the Central Co-op in Seattle, Washington October 29, 2013. Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of a ballot initiative in Washington state on November 5 that would make it the first in the United States to require labeling of foods containing genetically modified crops. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-POLITICS/GMO
RTX14T8N
October 29, 2013
Employees stock shelves near a sign supporting non genetically modified organisms (GMO) at the Central...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Employees stock shelves near a sign supporting non genetically modified organisms (GMO) at the Central...
Employees stock shelves near a sign supporting non genetically modified organisms (GMO) at the Central Co-op in Seattle, Washington October 29, 2013. Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of a ballot initiative in Washington state on November 5 that would make it the first in the United States to require labeling of foods containing genetically modified crops. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-POLITICS/GMO
RTX14T8F
October 29, 2013
A sign reading "Businesses for 522," supports a ballot initiative in Washington state that would require...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
A sign reading "Businesses for 522," supports a ballot initiative in Washington state that would require...
A sign reading "Businesses for 522," supports a ballot initiative in Washington state that would require labeling of foods containing genetically modified crops, at the Central Co-op in Seattle, Washington October 29, 2013. Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of the initiative. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-POLITICS/GMO
RTX14T8A
October 29, 2013
People walk past a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would require labeling...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
People walk past a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would require labeling...
People walk past a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would require labeling of foods containing genetically modified crops at the Central Co-op in Seattle, Washington October 29, 2013. Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of the initiative. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-POLITICS/GMO
RTX14T89
October 29, 2013
An employee stocks produce near a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
An employee stocks produce near a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would...
An employee stocks produce near a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would require labeling of foods containing genetically modified crops at the Central Co-op in Seattle, Washington October 29, 2013. Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of the initiative. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-POLITICS/GMO
RTX14T83
October 29, 2013
An employee stocks produce near a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
An employee stocks produce near a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would...
An employee stocks produce near a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would require labeling of foods containing genetically modified crops at the Central Co-op in Seattle, Washington October 29, 2013. Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of the initiative. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-POLITICS/GMO
RTX14T82
October 29, 2013
A customer picks up produce near a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
A customer picks up produce near a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would...
A customer picks up produce near a sign supporting a ballot initiative in Washington state that would require labelling of foods containing genetically modified crops at the Central Co-op in Seattle, Washington October 29, 2013. Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of the initiative. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA/
RTX1495E
October 12, 2013
Jameson Bluma, 3, holds a sign during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Bluma holds sign during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against GMOs and agro-chemicals,...
Jameson Bluma, 3, holds a sign during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and agro-chemicals, in Los Angeles, California October 12, 2013.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS FOOD CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
USA/
RTX1495D
October 12, 2013
Anthony Emert, 3, holds a sign during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Emert holds sign during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against GMOs and agro-chemicals,...
Anthony Emert, 3, holds a sign during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and agro-chemicals, in Los Angeles, California October 12, 2013.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA/
RTX14958
October 12, 2013
Children hold signs during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against Genetically...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Children hold signs during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against GMOs and agro-chemicals,...
Children hold signs during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and agro-chemicals, in Los Angeles, California October 12, 2013.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS FOOD)
USA/
RTX14952
October 12, 2013
People hold signs during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against Genetically...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
People hold signs during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against GMOs and agro-chemicals,...
People hold signs during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and agro-chemicals, in Los Angeles, California October 12, 2013.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS AGRICULTURE CIVIL UNREST FOOD)
USA/
RTX14951
October 12, 2013
A woman holds a sign during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against Genetically...
None, UNITED STATES
A woman holds asign during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against GMOs and agro-chemicals,...
A woman holds a sign during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and agro-chemicals, in Los Angeles, California October 12, 2013.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS FOOD BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST AGRICULTURE)
USA/
RTX14950
October 12, 2013
Gladys Roldan, 21, (C) wears an anti-GMO t-shirt during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto"...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Roldan wears an anti-GMO t-shirt during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against...
Gladys Roldan, 21, (C) wears an anti-GMO t-shirt during one of many worldwide "March Against Monsanto" protests against Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and agro-chemicals, in Los Angeles, California October 12, 2013.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
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