Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Toxics-GE-Corn-Dump-Action-Washington-DC-27MZIFITKGUT.htmlConceptually similarToxics GE Corn Dump Action Washington DCGP02FVOCompleted★★★★Toxics GE Corn Dump Action Washington DCGP02FVQCompleted★★★★★★Toxics GE Corn Dump Action Washington DCGP02FVNCompleted★★★★Toxics GE Corn Dump Action Washington DCGP02FVPCompleted★★★★★★Toxics GE Corn Dump Action Washington DCGP02FVMCompleted★★★★Corn Dump at Environmental Protection AgencyGP02FOVCompleted★★★★Corn Dump at Environmental Protection AgencyGP02FOUCompleted★★★★★★Corn Dump at Environmental Protection AgencyGP02FOWCompleted★★★★Corn Dump at Environmental Protection AgencyGP02FOXCompleted★★★★View AllGP02FVRToxics GE Corn Dump Action Washington DCMembers of Greenpeace, dressed in biohazard suits, are arrested at headquarters of the Environmental Protection Agency. Greenpeace activists dumped a ton of StarLink corn in front of the EPA, demanding that Christine Todd Whitman, the new head of the agency, stop favoring dirty industry over scientific precaution. Greenpeace Activists Meghan Conklin, Santa Diego, CA, age 24 and Steve Froehlich, Perry, Ohio, age 23 are arrested.Locations:North America-United States of America-Washington, D.C.Date:7 Feb, 2001Credit:© Laura Lombardi / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2970px X 2076pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Arrests-Close ups-Day-Food-Genetic engineering-Greenpeace activists-Headshots-KWCI (GPI)-One person-Outdoors-Protective clothing-SAGE (campaign title)-Toxics (campaign title)-WomenShoot:Toxics GE Corn Dump Action Washington DCMembers of Greenpeace, dressed in biohazard suits, dump a ton of StarLink corn in the Environmental Protection Agency's driveway. Greenpeace activists are demanding that Christine Todd Whitman, the new head of the agency, stop favoring dirty industry over scientific precaution. Since last fall, nearly 300 food products have been contaminated with StarLink corn. EPA approved StarLink only for animal feed but the agency has yet to enforce its rules against the company. Instead, Whitman plans to name Linda Fisher, former executive of the biotech industry giant Monsanto, as the Deputy Administrator of the EPA.