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Greens Matter of Public Importance - Threat to Tasmania's GMO-free status

Parliamentary Activity - First, I put on the record that the Tasmanian Greens warmly welcome and strongly support the Government's 10-year moratorium on GMOs. It is important for this state, for our 'clean green' brand.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 8 Aug 2019

Greens Matter of Public Importance - Threat to Tasmania's GMO-free status

Parliamentary Activity - I rise on behalf of the Greens today to speak about this matter in the spirit of bipartisanship, because I believe that the entire parliament supports the moratorium on genetically modified organisms in Tasmania and strongly supports the...

Cassy O'Connor MP - 8 Aug 2019

Barnett's Weasel Words on SDN1 Deregulation

Media Release - Today’s announcement that the moratorium on Genetically Modified Organisms would be extended by 10 years is welcome news.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 7 Aug 2019

Tasmania's genetically modified organisms (GMO) Moratorium

Submission - The Tasmanian Greens submission to the genetically modified organisms (GMO) review, arguing for repealing the automatic...

Cassy O'Connor MP - 3 May 2019

National Council of Women of Tasmania

Parliamentary Activity - he National Council of Women of Tasmania celebrated its 117th annual report for its 118th year this year.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 24 May 2016

GE-Free Lost Opportunity

Media Release - The Tasmanian Greens today sought to amend the government’s Genetically Modified Organisms Control Amendment Bill 2014, to make the current moratorium a permanent ban.

Kim Booth - 21 Aug 2014

GE-Free Status Continues

Media Release - The State government’s move to roll over the current moratorium on genetically-engineered (GE) food crops and animals for a further five years is welcome, but falls short of the permanent ban needed to secure ongoing market certainty.

Kim Booth - 19 Aug 2014