Main Program: Mark Lynas: Seeds of Science



 
25 Oct 2018 13:00 - 14:15
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Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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In Seeds of Science, eco-activist Mark Lynas lifts the lid on the controversial story and misunderstood science of GMOs. In the mid-‘90s, as the global media frothed with the risks of genetically modified crops, Lynas destroyed crop fields and spoke out in the press…until he realized he was wrong. He joins us to explain why.

Dalam Seeds of Science, pegiat ekologi Mark Lynas mengangkat tabir pada kisah kontroversial di balik ilmu pengetahuan GMO yang selama ini telah salah dimengerti. Pada pertengahan 90-an, ketika media global mengarang cerita seputar risiko tanaman rekayasa genetika, Lynas menghancurkan ladang tanamannya dan angkat bicara kepada media… hingga ia menyadari bahwa ia salah. Ia bergabung dengan kami untuk menjelaskan alasannya.

Featuring

Christine Bader

Christine Bader is the author of The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil. Previously she was Director of Social Responsibility at Amazon, and worked for BP, including …


Mark Lynas

Mark Lynas is a writer, commentator, and lecturer on environmental and popular science themes, including climate change, genetic engineering and nuclear power. He has appeared on the BBC and CNN, …



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