Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Greenpeace GMO Papaya Case Ruled Out by Thailand Supreme Court

Acording to Thai PBS, Thailand’s Supreme Court dimissed a lawsuit from Greenpeace over the Department of Agriculture’s role in genetically modified papaya seed farmland contamination.

Greenpeace sued the DOA in 2006 for negligence after the DOA’s GM research allegedly led to the contamination of nearby farms with GM papaya seeds in 2004.
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The Supreme Court ruled against Greenpeace in trial on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, maintaining previous rulings that the DOA acted responsibily in the situation and took appropriate legal steps to contain the alleged contamination.

Keep reading for more story details on Thai PBS:
Supreme Court drops Greenpeace’s GM papaya case

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