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Si, Se Puede! A Teaching Packet on Sustainable Agriculture in Cuba

Grossman, Julie; Sovell, Laurie; Wainwright, Joel (Institute for Social, Economic and Ecological Sustainability, 1997)
This teaching packet is intended to provide all the resources needed for an instructor, lecturer, or group organizer to facilitate a one to three-hour talk about contemporary agriculture in Cuba. The packet features a ...

Environmental Assessment Tool for Aquaculture in the Great Lakes Basin Version 1.2.

Brister, Deborah; Kapuscinski, Anne (2009-09-23)
The Environmental Assessment Tool is a downloadable decision tool specifically designed for the Great Lakes region. It addresses issues relevant to cage and land-based aquaculture in other regions.

Current scientific understanding of the environmental biosafety of transgenic fish and shellfish

Kapuscinski, Anne (Revue Scientifique Et Technique - Office International Des Epizooties, 2005)
A fluorescent zebrafish was the first genetically engineered animal to be marketed, and biotechnologists are developing many transgenic fish and shellfish. Biosafety science is not sufficiently advanced to be able to ...

Finding Food in Farm Country: The Economics of Food & Farming in Southeast Minnesota

Meter, Ken; Rosales, Jon (Institute for Social, Economic & Ecological Sustainability, 2001)
Our key finding is that the existing economic structures through which food products are bought and sold extract about $800 million from the region's economy each year. All this money, currently earned by Southeast ...

Safety First: Making It a Reality for Biotechnology Products

Institute for Social, Economic & Ecological Sustainability (Institute for Social, Economic and Ecological Sustainability, 2002-04-22)
The Initiative is proposing a model for pro-active, industry-wide biosafety standards. This pro-active approach uses science and representative public deliberation to: anticipate and resolve biosafety issues as far upstream ...

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