Book the date! AMIGA final event will take place in Brussels on May 10th-11th.

Fifty-four months of laboratory, field experiments and mathematical modelling, twenty-two research groups involved in 15 countries (and two continents). This represents most likely the largest ever concerted effort to furnish to stakeholders, academia and the society at large, scientifically sound results on the sustainability and practical indications on environmental risk assessment for genetically modified plants, the largest adopted products of green biotechnology. Key issues such as the relevance of receiving environments, ecosystem services, post-market environmental monitoring, socio-economic implications and environmental risk assessment will be discussed triggered by opening statements by AMIGA Consortium members.