Biodev 2002 Report Back

Lucy Sharratt, formerly of the Polaris Institute (now director of the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network), compiled a detailed report on the accomplishments of bioJUSTICE/bioDIVERSITY 2002: The gathering aimed to further the biojustice movement by: Broadening the issues addressed and analysis engaged in biotech resistance. Engaging new communities of people across sectors of society. Developing concrete […]

Why We Should Mobilize on the Sacramento Ministerial

The Sacramento summit gives social and environmental justice movements a unique opportunity to act in solidarity with movements around the world, and to highlight some of the most pressing issues of our time: the threat of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) to ecosystems and human health; the ever widening gap between the very rich and very poor; the increasing use of trade agreements to subvert democratic process; and the unchecked power of multinational corporations over our food, our farms, and our future.