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A documentary about biotechnology April 11, 2007

Posted by Andreas in Cape Town, Environment, Film screening, genetic engineering.
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Permacore, a Cape Town group of permaculturists, are screening a documentary called Seeds of Change this Thursday (12 April) at 7pm at The Door in the Floor, Trill Road, Observatory. I’ve stolen all of the info from urban sprout

I know this is extremely short-notice, but I thought this looks very, very interesting and worth promoting here. Unfortunately I won’t be able to make it to the screening myself.

If you get there early food will be available to order in the courtyard. Texting 084 951 5535 if you plan to eat will assist with the catering. Or email info@permacore.org.za for more info.

Seeds of Change is a 70 minute fast-paced and moving documentary about the views of western Canadian farmers on both the benefits and risks associated with using genetically modified crops.

“Our film addresses the biotechnology industry and how it has changed the face of agriculture. As such it has great relevance for stakeholders around the world – activists, industry people, policymakers, and farmers not least among them,” states video researcher Stéphane McLachlan.

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1. R.Thangaraja - August 5, 2007

SIR,

I AM R.Thangaraja, Head, Department of Biotechnology, Annai Velankannai College, Tholayavattom, Kanyakumari, India. Please send me a copy of Documentary film Seeds of Change .

2. Andreas - August 5, 2007

Hi there,

I’m afraid I don’t have the film myself, but you can buy it online here
http://seedsofchangefilm.org/


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