PANNA: Resource Pointer #201
Pesticide Action Network Updates Service (PANUPS)
March 24, 1999
For copies of the following resources, please contact the appropriate publishers or organizations directly.
*Launching the People's Millennium, Challenging Corporate Control of Food and Agriculture Conference, April 29-May 3, 1999, Boulder, Colorado* The fate of family farming, genetically engineered organisms and the role of sustainable agriculture in the next millennium. Includes discussions of the Food Circles approach as a tool for practical, grassroots work toward management of sustainable food systems. Contact Alliance for Democracy, P.O. Box 683, Lincoln, MA, 01773; phone (781) 259-9395; email Peoplesall@aol.com.
*Environmental Estrogens and Other Hormones Web site* http://www.tmc.tulane.edu/ecme/eehome/. Provides basic information on environmental estrogens (EE), the endocrine system, sources of environmental estrogens and their effects. Includes recent research findings such as the effects of environmental estrogens on rats' prostates in the womb. Access to Endocrine Disruptor news with updates from around the world and links to relevant websites.
*National Toxicology Program Web site*
*Semi-annual Report Summarizing the Reevaluation Status of Pesticide Products During the Period of July 1, 1998 through December 31, 1998* California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR). Includes form reevaluations which are undertaken when a pesticide has had an adverse impact or is likely to, and preliminary investigations which are done when DPR receives possible adverse, factual or scientific information on a product not yet evaluated. Includes copper napthenate, cyfluthrin, diphacinone, maneb, chlorpyrifos, and malathion. 10 pp. Free. Contact Department of Pesticide Regulation, 830 K St., Sacramento, CA 95814-3510; phone (916) 324-3931; email firstname.lastname@example.org; website http://www.cdpr.ca.gov.
*Rethinking Agriculture, Two-Part Public Forum, April 29 and May 6, 1999, San Francisco, CA* Public participatory event. Part-one will address global and macroeconomic issues, agricultural biotechnology and the movement against it in Europe and Asia. Part-two will examine solutions to current agricultural problems looking at relocalization of food supply, agrarian renewal in rural and urban areas and democratic resolution of natural resource allocation conflicts. $16 by mail for both evenings, or $10 each night at the door. More details at http://www.ccummings.org/rethinkag.htm or contact Claire Hope Cummings at email@example.com.
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