Life After Genetown: The Science, Politics, and Culture of Biotechnology

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Physical Description
Format
Half-size (5.5"x8.5")
Color
B&W
Pages
91
Description

Life After Genetown is a thick booklet created for the Biodevastation 2000 conference in Boston, MA, designed to "start a conversation" about the future of the anti-biotechnology movement. Contains information on the complex history and multiple roots of biotechnology, how biotechnology is put to use, what biopiracy is; offers models of resistance and future visions for the anti-biotechnology movement. Contained sourced endnotes and an appendix of US and UK based activist groups and further reading.

 

Shelved under Environment and Sustainability.