Open Discussions on New Genetic Editing Regulations for “Climate Change Solutions” and Recent NEPA Act Changes that Will Foster Biotechnology without Environmental Impact Statements.

Anti-Corruption, Civic Space, Climate and Environment, Media Freedom, Public Participation — Public Meeting

— May 28, 2024 @ 9:00am - 11:30am GMT-08:00

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Host Organization and Partners — BY AND FOR THE PEOPLE,


This is an open discussion about NEW Biotechnology regulations from the USDA/APHIS (BRS division) and how the “exempted” Genetic editing will be used on Plants and animals through patents and lease agreements in public lands in the name of “restoration” and addressing “climate change.” Additionally, the recent changes in the NEPA Act will foster these actions without an environmental impact statement and with no public oversight! Join me and ask all your questions as I walk you through how this has happened and how far it can go. Learn more at

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