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Genetically modified crops for biodiversity conservation? : reflections from the GM debate in Costa Rica

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The Ethics of Speed: Activism After Seattle WORKING PAPERS GENETICALLY MODIFIED CROPS FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION? REFLECTIONS FROM THE GM DEBATE IN COSTA RICA Alexandra E. Tuinstra Gomez April 2005 Working Paper Series No. 409 Institute of S GENETICALLY MODIFIED CONSERVATION? REFLECTI IN COST Alexandra E. T April Working Paper Comments are welcome and sh c/o ORPAS - Institute of So 2502LT The Hague workingpa * This paper received an ISS MA Research P ocial Studies CROPS FOR BIODIVERSITY ONS FROM THE GM DEBATE A RICA* uinstra Gomez 2005 Series No. 409 ould be addressed to the author: cial Studies - P.O. Box 29776 - The Netherlands [email protected] aper Award for the academic year 2003-2004. The Institute of Social Studies is Europe’s lo and research in development studies. Post six-week diploma courses to the PhD progra sense of laying a scientific basis for the form The academic work of ISS is disseminat teaching texts, monographs and working pa forum for work in progress which seeks to e series includes the research of staff, Ph outstanding research papers by graduate stud For a list of available Working Papers an Working Paper. Some of the latest Working Papers are publ on the website: ((Publications / W For further i ORPAS - Institute of S 2502LT The Hague - The N E-mail: wor ISSN 09 ngest-established center of higher education -graduate teaching programmes range from mme. Research at ISS is fundamental in the ulation of appropriate development policies. ed in the form of books, journal articles, pers. The Working Paper series provides a licit comments and generate discussion. The D participants and visiting fellows, and ents. d how to order, see the last page o

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