Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Genetic-Engineering-in-Austria-27MZIFVLJC0A.htmlConceptually similarAction against Genetic Engineering in AustriaGP04Q8UCompleted★★★★Action against Genetic Engineering in AustriaGP04Q8VCompleted★★★★★★Action against Genetic Engineering in AustriaGP04Q8TCompleted★★★★Action against Genetic Engineering in AustriaGP04Q8XCompleted★★★★Action against Genetic Engineering in AustriaGP04Q8WCompleted★★★★Action against Genetic Engineering in ViennaGP04Q8ICompleted★★★★GE Action in Billa-Supermarket in AustriaGP021CHCompleted★★★★GE Action in Billa-Supermarket in AustriaGP021CICompleted★★★★GE Action in Billa-Supermarket in AustriaGP021CJCompleted★★★★View AllGP04Q8YAction against Genetic Engineering in AustriaGreenpeace activists at their information desk, beside a six meters high maize cob. The activists inform the population of Griffen about the risks of genetically engineered maize.Locations:Austria-Carinthia-Europe-GriffenDate:4 Mar, 1999Credit:© Greenpeace / Evelyn RoisMaximum size:2351px X 3557pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Day-Education-Genetic engineering-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace staff-KWCI (GPI)-Maize-Outdoors-Props-SAGE (campaign title)-Small group of peopleShoot:Action against Genetic Engineering in AustriaGreenpeace activists are protesting together with organic farmers against the imminent plantation of genetically modified maize in Griffen, Carinthia, Austria. Greenpeace researches revealed that in 16 Austrian communities, including Griffen, contract farmers of the company Pioneer plan to plant genetically engineered maize. Greenpeace is protesting with a six meters high maize cob against the risks of GE maize. The GE pollination would be a big danger for the neighbouring farmers, because they no longer will be able to sell their products as GE Free. Greenpeace activist Susanne Fromwald calls for an immediate act by Carinthian politicians to prohibit the plantation of GE Maize.