Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace environmentalist and leader of the company for 15 years, has released through the internet ‘Allow Golden Rice Now!’ Campaign, a platform for the introduction of golden rice in the world. This campaign seeks to end the active blocking faced by this genetically modified variety because of the disinformation campaigns of environmental organizations. A non-profit campaign that aims to bring society the scientific reality of this variety, a safe rice that could save many lives.
The slogan of ‘Golden Rice Allow Now!’ Is ‘a crime against humanity Greenpeace, 8 million dead’. Golden Rice variety high in Vitamin A, is key to fighting child death caused by this deficiency. Die each year 670 million children around the world for this cause, exceeding deaths from malaria, AIDS and tuberculosis figure. Golden rice is also key to fighting childhood blindness caused by lack of Vitamin A.
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The campaign criticizes the policy of zero tolerance of GM by Greenpeace and their allies defended green has blocked the introduction of golden rice, which considered "a crime against humanity as defined by the International Criminal Court." Since Golden Rice was developed until now they could have actively struggled with this variety to save the lives of eight million people who lost it due to lack of Vitamin A.
Golden Rice is a completely safe variety scientifically supported by the European Commission, the World Health Organization, the American Medical Association, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the National Academy of Sciences, the Royal Society of Medicine (United Kingdom), the American Council on Science and Health, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, The American Society for Cell Biology, American Society for Microbiology, the American Society of Plant Sciences, the International Seed Foundation, the International Society for African Scientists, the Federation of Animal Science, the Society of Toxicology, the French Academy of Science and the Union of German Academies