Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Anti-GMO-March-in-the-Philippines-27MZIFVRBNT8.htmlConceptually similarAnti GMO March in the PhilippinesGP043K2Completed★★★★Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGP043K4Completed★★★★Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGP043K7Completed★★★★Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGP043KHCompleted★★★★Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGP043KJCompleted★★★★Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGP043KKCompleted★★★★Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGP043KSCompleted★★★★Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGP043K5Completed★★★★Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGP043K6Completed★★★★View AllGP043K3Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGreenpeace activists together with an eggplant mascot march to the office of the Department of Agriculture in Quezon City to gather public support for food and environmental safety for the sake of Filipinos, during World Environment Day. They carry banners reading 'Filipinos Are Not Guinea Pigs: Stop GMO invasion!'Locations:Manila-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:5 Jun, 2012Credit:© Veejay Villafranca / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 1993pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Agriculture-Day-Eggplants-Genetic engineering-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Props-SAGE (campaign title)-Signs-VegetablesShoot:Anti GMO March in the PhilippinesGreenpeace activists, some dressed as eggplants, march to the Department of Agriculture, to gather public support for food and environmental safety, during World Environment Day.Greenpeace is calling for the government to stop the onslaught of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) into the country. Last April 26, 2012, Greenpeace filed a petition for a Writ of Kalikasan and Writ of Continuing Mandamus at the Supreme Court seeking a legal remedy to the flawed regulatory system that has allowed the unhampered proliferation of dangerous GMOs in the country. The court granted the Writ of Kalikasan last May 11, 2012.