Juliette Leroux

Juliette Leroux is an agronomist, with a specialisation in environmental issues. She worked more than 13 years for the French organic farmers association (FNAB), first as a regulation officer, then as an EU officer, while also being in charge of the GMO issue. She was a member of Inf’OGM board for 5 years. She is now the GMO campaigner for the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament, and has notably been working on the issues of GMO assessment, GMO authorisation procedures at EU level, patenting of seeds, and the so-called ‘new breeding techniques’.

Articles

25.11.2019
Reopening GMO Rules Would Be a Dangerous Waste of Time and Money

The EU may be reopening rules on genetically modified food with serious implications for small farmers, consumers and the climate.

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07.03.2018
Food security at stake: What the Bayer-Monsanto merger means for Europe

Bad for our health and bad for business - the Bayer-Monsanto merger threatens crop diversity around the world.

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01.04.2017
When “Feeding the World” Puts Food Security at Risk

Are the giants of the agro-industry who claim they are determined to "Feed the world" in fact fostering food insecurity through exploitation and environmental degradation?

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14.12.2016
New Breeding Techniques: New GMOs in a Legal Limbo

The biotech industry are lobbying to exclude a new generation of genetic engineering techniques from the European GMO regulations.

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