GMO or GEO refers to the genetic material of organisms modified through the engineering process. Basically, this process including the use of DNA molecules from different sources to create and transfer new genes into organisms.
These GMO foods contain many dangerous chemicals that will cause many health issues. There are some lawyers who are working to help people who are suffering from illness due to these GMO foods. They help them to get some financial compensation. If you or your family member is also suffering from diseases due to the use of GMO products then you can also contact lawyers to take legal action against Monsanto roundup.
Biotechnology has been used in many areas such as biological and medical research, agriculture and forestry. The technology is found to be more promising to realize and enhance desired properties, improve productivity and quality, and restore species-specific diseased or damaged, toxic cleanup and bioremediation.
However, despite these advantages, Roger Sedjo, director of RFF's forest economy and policy program, recognizes that "as in agriculture, biotechnology and GMOs is a controversial topic in the field of forestry." I agree with her precautions: GE crops and trees planted in open spaces convey the possibility that new genes spliced into them will disrupt the natural forest.
A large number of GE trees are known to have been developed to resist insects, like two poplar species, which are commercialized in China. Alerting effect was also detected on the ground. GE trees can affect bacteria, earthworms, and soil respiration. The leaves of GE trees are planted along the water source can get into waterways and we still do not have enough data to predict the consequences for aquatic life.