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 July/August 2001

FEATURES: BRAVE NEW NATURE

Sowing Technology
The myths that support biotech agriculture scatter to the winds.
by Craig Holdrege and Steve Talbott

Spinning Science Into Gold
How industry's public-relations campaigns stifle debate over biotechnology.
by Karen Charman

A Nation of Lab Rats
Is biotech safe? You're the guinea pig.
by Barbara Keeler

Along Came a Spider
Instead of re-engineering nature, we could learn to copy its finest creations.
by Janine M. Benyus

OTHER FEATURES

Moments of Truth
How 11 eco-heroes found their calling.
by Dashka Slater

Why I Hunt
Do predators make good conservationists?
by Rick Bass