CBAN – Canadian Biotechnology Action Network

Mission: To promote food sovereignty and democratic
decision-making on science and technology issues in order to protect
the integrity of the environment, health, food, and the livelihoods of
people in Canada and around the world by facilitating, informing and
organizing civil society action, researching, and providing information
to government for policy development.

To achieve this CBAN works to:

– Facilitate collaborative campaigning at the local, regional, national and international levels
– Enable individual Canadians to take strategic and effective action
– Research and monitor new technologies and provide credible information
– Challenge government to transparency, accountability and democratic process

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  1. R. Turgano

    Canadian Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN) circulates a petition against the growth of genetically engineered trees until 14 May.“GE trees should not be released into the environment in commercial plantations and any outdoor test plots or existing plantations should be removed.” – Dr. David Suzuki.

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