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Vandana Shiva: Radical Science

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Vandana Shiva: Radical Science

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I think Professor Shiva has a great deal to say and offer to any section regarding Science and Nature.I hope we can engage her work!Vandana Shiva Edited by: Dissident Heart at: 8/9/04 8:59 pm
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Dissident Heart,In your post over on the Roundtable, you mentioned three of her books: Biopiracy, Stolen Harvest, and Water Wars.Which would you consider the best place to start? When first visiting this sight, I thought it would lean more towards science and environmental issues (based on the book poll that was current at the time). I have a lot of irons in the fire at the moment, but I'm hoping to read some more on these topics.Karen
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Vandana Shiva: Audio Links

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This page features the latest audio, talks and interviews given by Vandana Shiva. It also contains an archive of more dated material and will be updated regularly.
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Where to start?

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Karen,I would start with Water Wars: Privatization, Pollution, and Profit (South End Press, 2002)An excellent essay to start with might be Globalisation And Its Fall Out .Enjoy!
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