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A collection of web links on biotechnology and related topics, provided without endorsement and in no particular order. URLs acquired by serendipity. Please send additions, corrections, deletions, suggestions to me (Jeff Sutter)

See additional links in this article: Biotechnology companies face new foe: the Internet

Rachel's Environment & Health Weekly     Rachel's is essential reading. The Environmental Research Foundation's site also has excellent searchable links to publications and organizations.

"The Monsanto Monitor is an information and strategic resource for organisations and individuals campaigning against Monsanto and its products. Each issue offers feature analyses of various sectors or operational aspects of Monsanto and other corporate GE practitioners. It also profiles various institutional promoters of the genetic engineering industry. The primary but not exclusive analytical focus is Monsanto & Co. in Europe."

The Ecologist ["the world's leading environmental magazine"] for Sept/Oct 1998 ("The Monsanto Files" -- Issue on Monsanto)
Monsanto: A Checkered History by Brian Tokar

Watching Monsanto "Why watch the Monsanto Company? Because they hold the power to rock our world in ways that we may not like." Extensive links.

Biological koyaanisqatsi: "Education can stop this inappropriate state of life that calls for another way of living." Again, extensive links to resources.

Genetic Engineering and Its Dangers. Links to articles, compiled by Ron Epstein, SFSU professor

Genetically Manipulated Food News. Newsletter. Large database of articles and links.

"Terminator Unleashed: patenting life -- patenting death" by Mary Jo Olsen. Article is rich with hyperlinks.

Greenpeace USA

Greenpeace resources on genetic engineering

The Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology (India), Vandana Shiva. The Foundation has been involved in biodiversity conservation and protecting people's rights from the devastating threats to livelihoods and the environment posed by centralised systems of monoculture in forestry, agriculture and fisheries.

The Campaign for Food Safety is a public interest organization dedicated to building a healthy, safe, and sustainable system of food production and consumption. We are a global clearinghouse for information and grassroots technical assistance. (formerly Pure Food Campaign)        ...their links page

Union of Concerned Scientists

Campaign to Keep "Organic" Organic

Women, Ink. Books: Environment And Sustainable Development

genetiX snowball: "genetiX snowball is a campaign of nonviolent civil responsibility aiming to build active resistance to this new gene technology which is unwanted, unnecessary, unsafe and irreversible" ... includes civil disobedience manual Handbook for Action: A Guide to Safely Removing Genetically Modified Plants From Release Sites in Britain

Fund for Wild Nature

Essential Information

Unsafe In Any Seed: U.S. Obstructionism Defeats Adoption of An International Biotechnology Safety Agreement by Kristin Dawkins (March 1999)

Essential Action

Center for Health, Environment, and Justice (formerly Citizens Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste)

Dioxin Resource List

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