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March 12, 2011

Say NO to genetically modified salmon - Take action now!!

The FDA is close to approving genetically modified salmon for human consumption. This decision could be disastrous for wild salmon in the U.S. and around the world. We simply can’t let it happen. If genetically engineered salmon are produced on a commercial scale, fisheries experts say they would inevitably escape into the wild. And if that occurs, it could cause catastrophic damage to the last remaining stocks of wild salmon. Please, sign our petition today and tell the FDA to say NO to genetically modified salmon.




1 comment:

  1. This is the response I got from sending the pre-made mail to the EPA:

    Thank you for sending the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) your thoughts about the future of the Bristol Bay watershed in Alaska. I want to acknowledge that we received your input, even though we are not able to respond individually because of the large volume of e-mails we are receiving on this topic.
    During 2011, EPA is completing a scientific analysis of the Bristol Bay watershed to better understand how future large-scale development may affect water quality and the salmon fishery. The information we gather will help guide our future actions to protect the waters and promote sustainable development. EPA’s efforts will focus on two areas -- the Nushagak and Kvichak watersheds -- that are not currently protected as parks or wildlife refuges. Our process will include scientific peer review, tribal consultation, federal and state agency participation, as well as public and industry input.

    To receive EPA e-mail updates about the progress of Bristol Bay watershed assessment and learn about upcoming public involvement opportunities, please follow this link to subscribe to the EPA Bristol Bay listserv .

    As it becomes available, information will be posted on the EPA Bristol Bay website

    Sincerely,

    Richard Parkin, Associate Director
    Office of Ecosystems, Tribal and Public Affairs, EPA Region 10

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