Re: US outlaws seed saving by Iraq farmers
- Subject: Re: [cg] US outlaws seed saving by Iraq farmers
- From: Michael Yount firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2005 12:30:34 -0800
- Mail-followup-to: Michael Yount , email@example.com
One such organization is the ETC group,
Quoting from their web site,
ETC group's strength is in the research and analysis of technological
information (particularly but not exclusively plant genetic resources,
biotechnologies, and [in general] biological diversity), and in the
development of strategic options related to the socioeconomic
ramifications of new technologies.
On 26 Jan 11:24, Ali Mramor wrote:
> I would really like to know who (what organizations, governments, etc.)
> is working to fight this and how others can support their efforts. This
> is the very reason I got into this work and often times I lose sight of
> the big picture while tending 50'x100' plots in downtown Cincinnati.
> This is a sobering reminder.
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