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William Camacaro

Member of the Alberto Lovera

New York Bolivarian Circle

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www.ratb.org.uk

Endogenous development, asChristina Schiavoni and William Camacaro describe it, means development from within:
On October 21, 2013, as documented by William Camacaro and Frederick B. Mills in Venezuela and the Battle against Transgenic Seeds (December 6, 2013), the VFTC mobilized in front of the National Assembly to prevent the advance of a Seed Law proposal because it contained stealth provisions that would have opened the door to transgenic seed and possibly allow the privatization of locally shared "free" seeds. In "Venezuela to Consider Ban on Transgenic Seed" (June 8, 2015), Camacaro and Mills discuss the consensus reached by the collective efforts of the agroecological movement with regard to seed policy. Frederick B. Mills is a Professor of Philosophy at Bowie State University, William Camacaro, MFA, is a Member of the Bolivarian Circle of New York "Alberto Lovera" and an expert on Venezuela.


ratb.org.uk

Endogenous development, asChristina Schiavoni and William Camacaro describe it, means development from within:
On October 21, 2013, as documented by William Camacaro and Frederick B. Mills in Venezuela and the Battle against Transgenic Seeds (December 6, 2013), the VFTC mobilized in front of the National Assembly to prevent the advance of a Seed Law proposal because it contained stealth provisions that would have opened the door to transgenic seed and possibly allow the privatization of locally shared "free" seeds. In "Venezuela to Consider Ban on Transgenic Seed" (June 8, 2015), Camacaro and Mills discuss the consensus reached by the collective efforts of the agroecological movement with regard to seed policy. Frederick B. Mills is a Professor of Philosophy at Bowie State University, William Camacaro, MFA, is a Member of the Bolivarian Circle of New York "Alberto Lovera" and an expert on Venezuela.


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Will It Escalate?
Can We Stop It? William Camacaro, Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle


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By: Frederick B. Mills, Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs and Professor of Philosophy at Bowie State University and William Camacaro, MFA, Member of the Bolivarian Circle of New York "Alberto Lovera"


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By: Frederick B. Mills, Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs and Professor of Philosophy at Bowie State University and William Camacaro, MFA, Member of the Bolivarian Circle of New York "Alberto Lovera"


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