D “Dear Colleague Letter” Recipients

“Dear Colleague Letter”—August 2000: Recipients

1.

Benbrook, Charles

Northwest Science and Environmental Policy Center

2.

Belding, John and Susan

Old Stage Farm (Organic growers)

3.

Burrows, Beth

The Edmonds Institute

4.

Campbell, Faith

American Lands Alliance

5.

Chrispeels, Martin

University of CA (Biology)

6.

Conko, Gregory

Competitive Enterprise Institute

7.

Cummins, Joseph E.

University of Western Ontario (Genetics)

8.

Duke, Steve

USDA, ARS, NPURU (University of MS)

9.

Federici, Brian

University of CA

10.

Fomous, Cathy

Council for Responsible Nutrition

11.

Gordon, Milton

University of Washington (Biochemistry)

12.

Gray, Chris

Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (computer and cultural studies)

13.

Gressel, Jonathan

Weizmann Institute of Sciences

14.

Head, Graham

Monsanto

15.

Hardy, Ralph

National Agricultural Biotechnology Council



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Environmental Effects of Transgenic Plants: The Scope and Adequacy of Regulation D “Dear Colleague Letter” Recipients “Dear Colleague Letter”—August 2000: Recipients 1. Benbrook, Charles Northwest Science and Environmental Policy Center 2. Belding, John and Susan Old Stage Farm (Organic growers) 3. Burrows, Beth The Edmonds Institute 4. Campbell, Faith American Lands Alliance 5. Chrispeels, Martin University of CA (Biology) 6. Conko, Gregory Competitive Enterprise Institute 7. Cummins, Joseph E. University of Western Ontario (Genetics) 8. Duke, Steve USDA, ARS, NPURU (University of MS) 9. Federici, Brian University of CA 10. Fomous, Cathy Council for Responsible Nutrition 11. Gordon, Milton University of Washington (Biochemistry) 12. Gray, Chris Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (computer and cultural studies) 13. Gressel, Jonathan Weizmann Institute of Sciences 14. Head, Graham Monsanto 15. Hardy, Ralph National Agricultural Biotechnology Council

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Environmental Effects of Transgenic Plants: The Scope and Adequacy of Regulation 16. Hinkle, Maureen Kuwamo (Retired) National Audubon Society 17. Jenkins, Peter Center for Science in the Public Interest 18. Levin, Simon Princeton University 19. McAfee, Kathleen University of CA (Environmental Studies) 20. McClung, Gwendolyn US EPA—Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics 21. Moar, William Auburn University (Entomology) 22. Nielson, Patrick Dole 23. Pimentel, David Cornell University (Entomology) 24. Riddle, Jim Organic Independents/Organicworks! 25. Roseland, Craig USDA-APHIS 26. Schuh, Edward G. Hubert Humphrey Institute 27. Shaner, Dale American Cyanamid 28. Sommerville, Chris Carnegie Institution 29. Stabinsky, Doreen Greenpeace 30. Steward, Robert Technology Sciences Group 31. Stewart, Neal University of North Carolina (Biology) 32. Sweet, Jeremy National Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology 33. Walbot, Virginia Stanford University (Biological Sciences) 34. Vargas, Ronald Corbana (Costa Rica—National Banana Corporation)

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