Megan Westgate, Executive Director of the Non-GMO Project, appeared on Lifetime’s The Balancing Act in October 2015. In this short video, Megan defines GMOs, talks about Non-GMO Project Verified products, and shows how to use the organization’s mobile app.
We curated these downloadable educational tools to inform, empower and help spread awareness about GMOs. Please share with your friends, family and community!
An evidence-based examination of the claims made for the safety and efficacy of GMO crops and foods from Earth Open Source (downloadable PDF). See Version 3.0 here (not available for download).
As the chilly weather churns around us, here’s a quick guide to help you keep your non-GMO lifestyle going solid throughout the winter.
Whether you’re hanging out at home, hitting the road or spending time in the garden, a guide to help you keep your non-GMO lifestyle going strong in the summer.
Friends of the Earth investigates how Big Food and agrochemical corporations are deliberately misleading the public — and reporters — on facts about industrial agriculture and organic and sustainable food production.
Unanswered questions from 20 years of GMOs in Canada brought to you by the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network.
The Canadian Biotech Action Network reports on the risks and potential environmental effects of GMOs.
Suggestions for more sustainable opportunities to improve food security from the Environmental Working Group.
The reality of GM crops in the ground and on our plates from the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network.
Answers to your questions about Genetically Modified Organisms. A printable brochure.
A global citizens report on the state of GMOs coordinated by Navdanya International.
We don’t need GMOs. More information on the 10 reasons why from Earth Open Source.
It can be tough to figure out why there’s so much fuss over genetically modified ingredients in food. Consumer Reports will help you sift through the facts.