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Posted by CCAFE- FWD John A. Knox on February 02, 19100 at 01:04:39:
This is an unusual post for the V.A.R.I.O.U.S. list. We are what we think and eat so I've decided to pass this on to tune you in. Please consider how genetically engineered food is creative...or is it? And is it a good thing?
PS: We are planning our KidCast For Peace to possibly be produced from the studios of the local cable public access station here on Maui. We need others who can CU-SeeMe with us on that day? -pr-
At 7:13 PM -0800 2/1/00, John A. Knox wrote:
>5-6 pm Free hors d'oeuvres
>6-8 pm Lecture
>Tuesday, February 15, 2000
>Main Library's Koret Auditorium
>Hyde & Grove Streets
>Accessible by BART (Civic Center Station) or numerous Muni lines
>Does the Cartagena agreement achieved in Montreal last weekend mean we've
>addressed the genetically modified foods issue at last? Hardly. The fight
>has only begun. Come hear what's left to understand and to do.
>On Tuesday, February 15, 2000 at 6:00 p.m. the Wallace Stegner Environmental
>Center at the San Francisco Main Library, the Bay Area Earth Day 2000
>Coalition, Stacey's Bookstore and Clover-Stornetta Dairy will host the
>fourth in a six-part series of environmental lectures in celebration of
>Earth Day 2000.
>To be held in the Main Library's Koret Auditorium at the Civic Center, this
>free public lecture will focus on the issues and debate currently
>surrounding genetically modified foods. What are the implications when
>bioengineers transfer genetic codes from unrelated plans and animals into
>certain other plants such as corn and soybeans to "improve" them? A
>worldwide controversy has erupted. Featuring Peter Rosset, Executive
>Director of Food First/ The Institute for Food and Development Policy and
>Mark Lipson, Policy Program Director for the Organic Farming Research
>Foundation, this lecture will examine a range of food safety issues
>including whether or not genetic engineering can best meet our future food
>needs. If you would like more information on this lecture, please contact
>Eunice Groark at 415-437-4852.
>Free hors d'oeuvres reception 5-6 pm in Latino/Hispanic Community Room (A)
>across the hall from Koret Auditorium. Provided by Millennium Restaurant.
>Please join us.
>JOHN A. KNOX
>Earth Island Institute
>300 Broadway, Suite 28
>San Francisco, CA 94133 USA
>Voice (work): 415-788-3666, Ext. 108
>Fax (work): 415-788-7324
>Voice (home): 415-282-1071
>EII Web home page: http://www.earthisland.org
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