EU stalls on authorising new GMOs – again

28th January 2017

The result of this week’s EU vote on the authorisation of three GM maize varieties isn’t a straightforward win or lose – it’s just the next shambolic step in a long and unsatisfactory process.

Listening to the voices of the future

4th April 2016

Beyond GM co-founder/director Pat Thomas reflects on our new campaign, Our Food Our Future, which gives kids in the Americas a chance to talk to kids in the EU about GMOs – and on the ups and downs of her own childhood activism.

Is Roundup killing our bees?

5th August 2015

Evidence is growing of a link between the world’s most widely used herbicide – Roundup – and Colony Collapse Disorder in bees. Are humans next?

How seriously is your MP taking your GMO concerns?

5th December 2014

MPs’ replies to our supporters’ questions have, thus far, been disappointing form letters. On behalf of all citizens, it’s time to start pushing our politicians to be smart, not smug, when it comes to GMOs.

Biofortification – solution or distraction?

21st November 2014

GM crops, fortified with extra nutrients, proposes itself as a simple solution to world hunger; but the truth is there are no simple solutions

Film: A new people’s campaign

12th November 2014

Filmed at the official launch of Beyond GM at London’s Garden museum on the evening of October 11, this short video features interviews with members of the public as well as Beyond GM directors Pat Thomas and Lawrence Woodward.

A vision of food and farming beyond GM

11th November 2014

A healthy, equitable, sustainable food system from a healthy, equitable, sustainable agriculture is attainable but to get there we have to bring about major changes and move Beyond GM.

Synbio – the scariest GMOs you’ve never heard of

9th October 2014

This extreme form of genetic engineering seeks to “design and construct new biological parts, devices and systems that do not currently exist in the natural world.” Yikes!

GMOs – not just a ‘science issue’

9th October 2014

Many people think that GM is filling some real need in society. That’s certainly how it is being ‘sold’ to the public. But the truth is that genetically modified food is begin driven through because of greed, not need.

GMO OMG – London premiere

5th October 2014

How do GMOs affect our children, the health of our planet, and our freedom of choice? The award winning film GMO OMG sets out to find the answers. Come watch it with us.