Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Protest-against-GMO-Maize-at-the-Federal-Chancellery-in-Berlin-27MZIF306CSJ.htmlConceptually similarMcDonald's Group Action in HannoverGP0STOO8MCompleted★★★★McDonald's Group Action in HannoverGP0STOO8NCompleted★★★★McDonald's Group Action in HannoverGP0STOO8OCompleted★★★★★★McDonald's Group Action in HannoverGP0STOO8PCompleted★★★★McDonald's Group Action in HannoverGP0STOO8SCompleted★★★★McDonald's Group Action in HannoverGP0STOO8UCompleted★★★★McDonald's Group Action in HannoverGP0STOO8WCompleted★★★★GE Action Against Migros Chicken Fodder in ZurichGP0HOECompleted★★★★★★Burning CO2 sign in front of the chancelleryGP03CASCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO7MJProtest against GMO Maize at the Federal Chancellery in BerlinA projection action on the Federal Chancellery building in Berlin against GMO maize in Europe. The text reads in German: "Gen-Mais geht gar nicht, Frau Merkel!" (GMO maize, no way, Ms. Merkel!). Greenpeace protests against allowing cultivation of genetic engineered (GMO) maize in Europe, because it contains pesticides that are toxic to insect pests.In original language:Greenpeace Projektion gegen Gen-MaisGreenpeace Aktivisten protestieren mit einer Projektion an das Bundeskanzleramt gegen die Zulassung von gentechnisch veraendertem Mais in Europa. Text:"Gen-Mais geht gar nicht, Frau Merkel!".Locations:Berlin-Europe-GermanyDate:11 Feb, 2014Credit:© Mike Schmidt / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3543px X 2354pxKeywords:Actions and protests-European Union (EU)-Federal buildings-Genetic engineering-KWCI (GPI)-Maize-Night-Outdoors-Projection actions-SAGE (campaign title)-TextShoot:Protest against GMO Maize at Federal Chancellery in BerlinGreenpeace protests outside the Federal Chancellery in Berlin against allowing the cultivation of GMO maize in Europe. EU member states will be considering whether to authorise Pioneer's GM 1507 maize during a meeting on February 11th, 2014. The authorisation for the cultivation of the crop within the EU has been a long drawn-out process, with legal challenges and scientific objections from the EU's own food safety authority.