Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Genetic-Engineering-Presentation-in-The-Hague--27MZIFLRAIY7.htmlConceptually similarGenetic Engineering Presentation in The Hague GP01IZ4Completed★★★★Genetic Engineering Presentation in The Hague GP01IZ5Completed★★★★Genetic Engineering Presentation in The Hague GP01IZ2Completed★★★★Genetic Engineering Conference in the HagueGP01M0ICompleted★★★★★★GE Action Serving Chocolate Mice in The HagueGP01NB0Completed★★★★GE Action Serving Chocolate Mice in The HagueGP01NB8Completed★★★★GE Action Serving Chocolate Mice in The HagueGP01NB9Completed★★★★★★Greenpeace Returns Peanut Butter with GE Soya to Company Calve GP01PHFCompleted★★★★Survivors Bhopal Disaster Visit the NetherlandsGP01MJ0Completed★★★★View AllGP01IZ3Genetic Engineering Presentation in The Hague Greenpeace campaigners give cornets with honey sweeted popcorn for the action "Schone popcorn & schone honing: Hoe lang nog"? They question how long clean popcorn and clean honey will last.In original language:Gentech Presentatie in Den Haag Greenpeace campaigners delen puntzakjes met honing gezoete popcorn uit voor de actie "Schone popcorn en schone honing: Hoe lang nog?".Locations:Europe, West Europe-Netherlands-The HagueDate:9 Sep, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Bas BeentjesMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Close ups-Genetic engineering-Governments and Government organisations-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Maize-Meetings-Politicians-SAGE (campaign title)Shoot:Genetic Engineering Presentation in The Hague the Netherlands Greenpeace warns the Dutch Parliament that genetic engineering is a dead end. Preceding the consultation about bioengineering Greenpeace and Milieudefensie show Members of Parliament the movie 'Gen zoekt boer' by the organization A SEED. The title is a parody on a Dutch television series. On the pretext of 'Schone popcorn en schone honing: hoe lang nog?', Greenpeace also treats honey sweeted popcorn. The question is how long clean popcorn and clean honey will last. Greenpeace hands out their new report 'Gerommel in de polder' about bees and genetic engineering. 'Bees are vital for the pollination of crops. They can fly everywhere and they can't tell the difference between normal crops and genetically modified crops', states genetic engineering campaigner Herman van Bekkem. Bees are accountable for 75% of the pollination of agricultural crop. According to the report of Greenpeace it is impossible to grow genetically modified crops next to normal and biological cultivation. The Dutch government must choose for enduring agriculture and stop genetic engineering.