[29] Mohikber, R. & Wheat, A. Under no circumstances does any information posted on stockzoa.com represent a recommendation to purchase or sell a stock. [16] ETC Group (2002) Sterile Harvest: New Crop of Terminator Patents Threatens Food Sovereignty, News release, 31/1/02. [120] The company has also taken to sponsoring museum exhibitions, such as a recent exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington in the US. [72], Lobby Groups [71] Reuters (2001) DuPont halts sale of fungicide Benlate, April 19th, 2001, cited at www.mindfully.org/Pesticide/DuPont-Withdraws-Benlate.htm, viewed 22/10/02. [70] PIRG (1999) Super Polluters, cited in A SEED (1999) Corporate Genomics: DuPont, www.groundup.org/fcorp.htm, viewed 2/11/02. [40] Lilliston, B. [113] A SEED (1999) Corporate Genomics: DuPont,www.groundup.org/fcorp.htm“> www.groundup.org/fcorp.htm, viewed 2/11/02. Dupont), relaunched the activity. [116], According to Carmelo Ruiz from PR Watch, DuPont was represented by the notorious PR company Burson-Marsteller when it was involved in nuclear research. [121], DuPont is a member of the Responsible Care programme, launched by the Chemical Manufacturer Association in the 1980s in response to increasing pressure from the public for stricter regulation of the chemical industry. [69] Cited in A SEED (1999) Corporate Genomics: DuPont, www.groundup.org/fcorp.htm, viewed 2/11/02. (2000) Foods for Thought, Progressive Grocer, January 2000, p. 62. Dupont (the Sons of S.T. (1995) DuPont’s Goa Constrictor, Shameless: 1995’s 10 Worst Corporations, http://www.ratical.org/corporations/mm10worst95.html#n9 viewed 31/3/02. [33] Mohikber, R. & Wheat, A. One of the scientists that DuPont funds is David B. Baker who is based at Heidelburg College in Tiffin, Ohio. Get in touch with your requests. [65] A SEED (1999) Corporate Genomics: DuPont, www.groundup.org/fcorp.htm, viewed 2/11/02. That is the kind of question we used to get back in the 1970s.”[123], In an attempt to further greenwash its image, DuPont is a member of the Wildlife Habitat Council, which describes itself as a non-profit, non-lobbying group of corporations, conservation organisations and individuals dedicated to protecting and enhancing wildlife habitat. [13], EuropaBio (European Association of Bioindustries), BIO (US based Biotechnology Industry Association), Bretton Woods Committee – A grouping of highly influential business and political figures promoting US leadership in international financial institutions. [44] Fagin, D., Lavelle, M. & The Center For Public Integrity (1999) Toxic Deception: How the chemical industry manipulates science, bends the law and endangers your health, Common Courage Press, Monroe, Maine. Using cell culture techniques to reproduce plant genetic material and claiming all genetic resources with given characteristics. [49] Fagin, D., Lavelle, M. & The Center For Public Integrity (1999) Toxic Deception: How the chemical industry manipulates science, bends the law and endangers your health, Common Courage Press, Monroe, Maine, p. 41. One example is the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH). [4] DuPont “The Miracles of Science?” DuPont moves to control and manipulate seed, http://www.primalseeds.org/dupont.htm, viewed 22/10/02. Craftsmen were employed and patents were taken out to protect industrial secrets. [108] DuPont (2002) William K. Reilly: President and CEO, Aqua International Partners LP,www.dupont.com/corp/overview/directors/reilly.html“> www.dupont.com/corp/overview/directors/reilly.html, viewed 2/11/02. Baker, who is one of the most prolific researchers on herbicides, has acknowledged that funding can sometimes affect the way he presents his data. [84] CEO (1998) Maigalomania! (2002) Toxic woes bring a cleaner company, 30/06/2002, www.delawareonline.com/newsjournal/business/2002/06/30toxicwoesbringa.html, viewed 21/10/02. [30] DuPont (2002) US SEC form 10-K, for the year ending 31st December 2001, available at: http://ccbn.tenkwizard.com/filing.php?repo=tenk&ipage=1683309&doc=1&pg=zsnHzMzPxtHOz8zKzcnNx8/P&TK=DD&CK=0000030554&FG=3&BK=FFFFFF&SC=ON&TC=FFFFFF&TC1=FFFFFF&TC2=FFFFFF&LK=003366&AL=003366&VL=003366 , viewed 22/10/02. Members include Robert McNamara, Henry Kissinger and a wide array of corporations. Science institutes that have received funding from DuPont include: In addition to buying its way into scientific credibility, DuPont has also resorted to some rather nasty bullying tactics in its attempts to influence research on its products. [32] http://www.essential.org/monitor/mm2001/01september/sep01corp1s2.html [22] A SEED (1999) DuPont Profile, http://www.groundup.org/dupont/dp1.htm, viewed 31/3/02. It has been one of the richest families in the United States since the mid-19th century, when it founded its fortune in the gunpowder business. DuPont is involved in a range of different industry areas, including high-performance materials, synthetic fibres, electronics, speciality chemicals, agriculture and biotechnology. [114] Fagin, D., Lavelle, M. & The Center For Public Integrity (1999) Toxic Deception: How the chemical industry manipulates science, bends the law and endangers your health, Common Courage Press, Monroe, Maine; DuPont (2002) DuPont Overview: Company at a Glance,www.dupont.com/corp/overview/glance/index.html“> www.dupont.com/corp/overview/glance/index.html, viewed 2/11/02. [18] Janoff, B. These cases were brought by Ecuadorian shrimp farmers, who allege that Benlate run-off from banana plantations poisoned their shrimp farms.