Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/GE-Crop-Circle-Action-in-Mexico-27MZIFLU5E05.htmlConceptually similarAerial of GE Crop Circle Action in MexicoGP017TDCompleted★★★★★★GE Crop Circle Action in MexicoGP03DECompleted★★★★Aerial of GE Crop Circle Action in MexicoGP0OUPCompleted★★★★Aerial of GE Crop Circle Action in MexicoGP0DB8Completed★★★★GE Crop Circle Action in MexicoGP0SC6Completed★★★★GE Crop Circle Action in MexicoGP06CWCompleted★★★★Documentation on GE Maize in MexicoGP0OQ2Completed★★★★Landraces varieties of Mexican maize. Oaxaca, MexicoGP050JCompleted★★★★★★GE Crop Circle Action Against GM Corn in MexicoGP0A5SCompleted★★★★View AllGP01ELXGE Crop Circle Action in MexicoActivists create a 65-meter "crop circle" question mark in a maize field in a region that has been contaminated by genetically engineered maize. The question mark signifies the unknown nature of where genetic contamination can occur.Locations:Ayotzintepec-Mexico-North America-OaxacaDate:10 Aug, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Gustavo GrafMaximum size:3504px X 2336pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Crop circles-Farming-Farming methods-Fields-Genetic engineering-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Maize-SAGE (campaign title)-Theatrical costumes-Two peopleShoot:GE Crop Circle Action in MexicoGreenpeace activists, joined by professional crop circle makers from the UK, protest against contamination of Mexico's maize supply from genetically engineered maize. The activists create a 65-meter "crop circle" question mark in a maize field in Ayotzintepec, Oaxaca, a region that has been contaminated by genetically engineered maize. The question mark signifies the unknown nature of where genetic contamination can occur.