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"The Challenge of the 21st Century: Setting the Real Bottom Line" on the 2008 Commonwealth Lecture in London, England.

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- Dr David Suzuki
"We have to set a new bottom line, dictated by the reality that we are biological creatures, completely dependent for our survival and well being on clean air, clean water, clean soil, clean energy and biodiversity".

Heads Monsanto Wins, Tails We Lose; The Genetically Modified Food Gamble

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http://lists.essential.org/pipermail/corp-focus/2008/000278.html

By Robert Weissman
March 18, 2008

There have been few experiments as reckless, overhyped and with as little potential upside as the rapid rollout of genetically modified crops.

Vatican Adds Seven New Deadly Sins Including Abortion, Contraception and Drug-Dealing, Genetic Engineering

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http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,336330,00.html

Monday, March 10, 2008

By Richard Owen

ROME - Drug pushers, the obscenely rich, environmental polluters and "manipulative" genetic scientists beware - you may be in danger of losing your mortal soul unless you repent.

GM Crops Have Not Reduced World Hunger, Study Concludes

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GENETICALLY MODIFIED (GM) CROPS INCREASE PESTICIDE USE AND FAIL TO ALLEVIATE POVERTY, REVEALS NEW REPORT

GM Crops Have Not Reduced World Hunger, Study Concludes

Washington D.C., February 13, 2008 Genetically modified (GM) crops have led to a large increase in pesticide use and have failed to increase yield or tackle world hunger and poverty, a new report by Friends of the Earth and Center for Food Safety reveals today. The report coincides with the annual release of biotech industry figures on GM crop cultivation around the world.

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