Biohazard Action Alliance

Brisbane Queensland Australia.


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The Biohazard Action Alliance (BAA) has been formed from an amalgamation of local community groups that are opposed to the inappropriate location of Biotechnology Research Laboratories within the residential environs of Brisbane.

The Biohazard Action Alliance (BAA) has been formed from an amalgamation of local community groups that are opposed to the inappropriate location of Biotechnology Research Laboratories within the residential environs of Brisbane. Our membership comprises the St.Lucia Residents' Association (SRA), the Long Pocket Concerned Residents' Group (LPCRG), the Ironsides Residents' Association (IRA), and the Residents Against Intensive Development (RAID), that have variously been operating for many years or that have "sprung up" in response to the threat posed by the "gene tech factories" proposed under the Government's "SmartState" initiative.

Our support base numbers in the thousands, which can only snowball as the community become aware of the hitherto clandestine implications of Premier Beattie's so-called Centre of Excellence in Biotechnology, which is purported to become a major hub of the Asia Pacific Rim.

The residents are vigorously opposed to the Natural Sciences Precinct (NSP), being built on the site of existing smaller laboratory facilities, currently owned by the CSIRO and the Queensland State Government, in conjunction with the University of Queensland; and the Joint Building Project of the UQ / CSIRO (comprising the Institute for Molecular Biology and the CSIRO Divisions of Tropical Agriculture, Health Sciences and Human Nutrition, and Plant Industry), on the site of the existing Cunningham Laboratories adjoining the UQ St Lucia Campus, at Carmody Road, in residential St Lucia.

  1. 50 Harmful Effects of Genetically Modified Foods
  2. Gas blast: judge slams Esso
  3. Testimony by Stuart A. Newman, Ph.D.
  4. IAHF List
  5. Work has started at UQ and so has the pollution and heavy trucks.
  6. Biotech Milk
  7. Vote NO in Time Magazine GM Poll
  8. Will Supermarkets join the push?
  9. Jimbo joins the circus Press Release
  10. Consultation Principles
  11. Beattie acts to halt panic lab clearing
  12. Placards can help see picture page
  13. New Scientist 27 Feb 99
  14. New Scientist 17 Apr 99
  15. Press Release 1
  16. Associated Press 14 Sep 99
  17. Letter to Premier 15 Sep 99
  18. Letter to Editor 17 Sep 99
  19. Submission 9 Oct 99 Public Works Committee
  20. Letter to Premier 12 Oct 99
  21. Reuters 19 Oct 99
  22. Letter to Premier 20 Oct 99
  23. Courier Mail 3 Nov 99
  24. Letter to Premier 3 Nov 99
  25. Sunday Mail 28 Nov 99
  26. Letter to Deputy Premier 28 Nov 99
  27. Letter to W. Edmond 28 Nov 99
  28. Alumina safety slated 28 Nov 99
  29. Who's watching this site
  30. To: Biotechnology Australia 30 Nov 99
  31. Children's Site TAKE A LOOK AT THIS PAGE
  32. Letter to Lord Mayor Brisbane 30 Nov 99
  33. Rural Advancement Foundation International 1 Dec 99
  34. Bulldozer diplomacy
  35. Pros and Cons
  36. Deutsche bank report
  37. The World-wide Debate  Over GMO Foods
  38. Residents  Against  Intensive  Development
  39. Letter to Deputy Premier 2 DEC 99
  40. Corporate Subsidies
  41. Unpleasantville
  43. Biopiracy Project
  44. Letter to Union Carbine Shareholders
  45. Burning GM Crop
  48. B.A.A. Media Release 3 DEC 1999
  49. Risk Management Plans
  50. good neighbour agreement
  51. Greenpeace 2 DEC 99
  52. Press Release 5 DEC 99
  53. International Campaign for Responsible Technology
  54. Seattle Times expose
  55. Right to Act
  56. Seattle Times 5 DEC 1999
  57. Seattle Times 5 DEC 1999 WTO
  58. Greenpeace WTO
  59. Sydney Morning Herald 5 DEC 99 WTO
  60. More WTO items 1
  61. Monsanto about milk and labelling of GM products (A MUST READ ITEM)
  62. Goodman Fielder / cottonseed oil
  63. GE Crops Reuters 14 Oct 99
  64. Union Carbide actions in India
  65. Seattle police actions
  66. NPI 1 Mar 98
  67. Toxic Network
  69. Navy Doctor Blows Whistle
  70. Town humiliated in pesticide scare
  71. Letter to BCC officer
  72. Greed is good isn't it?
  73. Winning design announced for massive UQ/CSIRO bioscience project
  74. UQ have announced their IMB website
  75. BHOPAL
  76. Gail Austen letter
  77. New York Times Magazine DEC 13, 1999
  78. Center for Media & Democracy
  79. A bigger drum stick. Eat your heart out KFC.
  80. Canola Oil
  81. Recent Studies Point To Concerns
  82. Rodale Study Finds
  83. Genetically modified plants may still need pesticides
  84. OCA Organizes Successful FDA Hearing Protest
  85. Victory At WTO Meeting
  86. 10 years of warnings
  87. Protesters Rally Vs. 'Frankenfoods'
  88. Hunger Strike to Ban Genetically Engineered Milk
  89. Corruption comes in many forms
  90. * New life form breakthrough*
  91. Saving the Planet With Pestilent Statistics
  93. Update on the Narangba Irradiation Plant
  94. Pesticide Action Network Updates Service
  95. Pesticide scam left homes to termites
  96. Cancer & the Environment
  97. Biosafety Protocol historic step in fight against
  98. Planning laws ignored
  99. Good News: News
  100. "Ag Biotech: Thanks, But No Thanks?"
  101. Montreal agreement puts brakes on "frankenfoods
  102.  Promise to cancel Natural Science Precinct if our political party wins office.
  103. Other links to concerned groups

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