GMOs: What You Need to Know

with Stacy Malkan

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Conference Overview

Join Stacy Malkan and 15+ leading scientists, farmers, medical doctors, business leaders, advocates, and wellness experts to learn about the genetic manipulation of our food system, how to avoid GMOs, and why this matters for the health of your family and future generations. Your choices today will decide the future of our food!

The Experts

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GMO and the Pesticide Treadmill

with Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, PhD

Marcia Ishii-Eiteman is a senior scientist and director of the Grassroots Science Program at Pesticide Action Network (PAN). Before joining PAN in 1996, Marcia worked in Asia and Africa for 14 years where she helped develop farmer field schools in ecological pest management, sustainable agriculture and community-based rural development projects, … More


The Science of GMOs and Unintended Consequences

with Michael Hansen, PhD

Mike has been sharing his scientific expertise with Consumers Union for more than 20 years. A biologist and ecologist who did his Ph.D. in the techniques of Integrated Pest Management, he has identified many an insect for concerned CU staff. He develops policy, testifies before government agencies, speaks widely at conferences in the US and abroa… More


From Pro GMO to Anti GMO

with Thierry Vrain, PhD

Dr. Vrain is a retired soil biologist and genetic engineer who, after a 30-year career with Agriculture Canada, no longer supports genetic engineering in Agriculture.  During those years he was the Head of a research group of 40 professionals in Biotechnology, the Vice President and President of national and international associations of soil bio… More


GMOs Warts and All: A Scientist's Case for Transparency

with Belinda Martineau, PhD

Belinda Martineau earned her B.A. in biology at Harvard University and her Ph.D. in genetics at U.C. Berkeley. She was a Principal Scientist at Calgene Inc., where she helped commercialize the world's first genetically engineered whole food, a tomato which was enthusiastically labeled in grocery stores and well received by consumers. She is the a… More


Trends in Children’s Health and the Path to Healing

with Michelle Perro, MD

Michelle Perro, MD, DHom is a skilled and insightful Integrative Pediatrician who cares for newborns to teenagers, and often works with their parents as well. Dr. Perro helps navigate the challenges of acute and chronic childhood illnesses, and offers in-depth assessments at both our San Francisco and Marin clinics. With the heart of an explorer,… More


Generation RX: Kids’ Health and GMOs

with Robyn O'Brien

Robyn O'Brien is an author, public speaker, strategist and mother of four.  She brings insight and detailed analysis to her research on the health of the American food system as documented in her first book, The Unhealthy Truth, and has been called "food's Erin Brockovich" by the New York Times. Robyn is the founder of the AllergyKids Founda… More


From Starlink to Salmon: The Rise of GMOs and the People's Movement for Healthier Food

with Lisa Archer

Lisa is the Food and Technology Program Director at Friends of the Earth. She leads efforts to ensure food, consumer products and emerging technologies are safe for people and the environment. For more than a decade, she has developed and led successful corporate accountability, markets and legislative campaigns focused on environmental health an… More


Tales of a Reluctant Eco-Mom

with Kristi Marsh

Kristi Marsh is a cancer survivor and author of the book Little Changes. She founded Choose Wiser, an organization, dedicated to educating women about the interaction between environmental toxins and their health, and empower and encourage them to become savvy, aware consumers.  Kristi’s efforts has been recognized and celebrated the Campaign for… More


Going Non-GMO with Your Family

with Lisa Bronner

Lisa Bronner is the granddaughter of Dr. Bronner, creator of Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps. While her brothers continue to make soaps, she is a mother of three who blogs about the best ways to use the magic soap. Find her at


Igniting the GMO Labeling Movement in California

with Pamm Larry

Pamm Larry, based in Chico, CA is a former farmer, midwife, businesswoman and a gutsy grandmother of three. She is the founder of LabelGMOs. A couple of years ago, she was so distraught about our modern day food system that she quit her day job and spent her time educating herself on GMOs and how to apply for a ballot initiative. Next, she search… More


From Dan Quayle to Obama: The Politics of GMOs

with Dave Murphy

Dave Murphy is the founder and executive director of Food Democracy Now!, a grassroots movement of more than 650,000 American farmers and citizens dedicated to reforming policies relating to food, agriculture and the environment. Murphy has been called “the most crucial and politically savvy actor in the on-going efforts to help move American agr… More


Lies, Dirty Tricks and the $45 Million Campaign to Beat Prop 37

with Michele Simon

Michele Simon is a public health lawyer specializing in legal strategies to counter corporate tactics that harm the public’s health. Simon has been researching and writing about the food industry and food politics since 1996. Michele is the author of Appetite for Profit: How the Food Industry Undermines our Health and How to Fight Back. She track… More


Justice Begins with Seeds

with Miguel Robles

Miguel Robles is the co-founder and project director of Biosafety Alliance. For many years he has been involved in social struggles related to globalization, democracy and human rights. He has founded several organizations. He has been the main organizer of the annual conference; Justice Begins with Seeds, focused in building cross sector, multil… More


The Business Case for GMO Labeling

with Grant Lundberg

Grant Lundberg has been the Chief Executive Officer of Lundberg Family Farms since 1997 and serves as its Director. Lundberg Family Farms® is a family-owned and operated business that is committed to producing the finest quality rice and rice products for your family. Since 1937, the Lundberg family has been growing healthy, great tasting rice wh… More


The Inside Story of Washington's I-522 Campaign

with Trudy Bialic

Trudy Bialic is the director of public affairs for PCC Natural Markets, a consumer-owned retail grocer with nine stores and 46,000 active member-owners in the Seattle area. She’s the go-to person on organic and product quality standards, writes PCC’s public policy positions, and addresses controversial food issues in the monthly paper, Sound Cons… More


Genetically Engineered Animals and the Case for God's Design

with Jaydee Hanson

Jaydee Hanson works as a policy analyst for the Center for Food Safety on issues related to nanotechnology, animal cloning and animal genetic engineering. He also works for the Center’s sister agency, the International Center for Technology Assessment (ICTA) where he directs their work on human genetics, synthetic biology and nanotechnology. He i… More


Why GMOs are Ground Zero in the Quest for Justice, Ecology and Solutions

with Gopal Dayaneni

Gopal Dayaneni has been involved in fighting for social, economic, environmental and racial justice through organizing & campaigning, teaching, writing, speaking and direct action since the late 1980's. He currently serves on the staff of the Movement Generation Justice and Ecology Project, which works to bring a strategic understanding of ec… More


Who Do You Trust to Control Our Food Choices?

with Zack Kaldveer

Zack Kaldveer is assistant communications director for Organic Consumers Association. Zack also served as the Assistant Media Director for California's Prop 37 campaign (labeling of genetically modified foods) and was the former Communications Director of the Consumer Federation of California and Editor of the California Progress Report. Zack has… More


The Path to a Sustainable Food System: Organic, not GMO

with Arran Stephens

Arran Stephens has been at the leading edge of the organic food movement for most of his 7 decades. He and wife Ratana co-founded Nature’s Path Organic Foods in 1985. Today, Nature’s Path is North America’s largest organicand independent cereal company with state-of-the-art factories in BC, WA and WI, employing hundreds of valued team members and… More

Your Host


Stacy Malkan

Stacy Malkan is co-founder of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and author of the award-winning book "Not Just a Pretty Face: The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry." She is a leading advocate for safer products, healthy food and clean production.

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