Clean, Green and Genetically Modified? GMOs and the Future of New Zealand
Prepared by Daniel Pollak, December 2003
About the author
Daniel Pollak is a Trial Attorney for the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the US Department of Justice in Washington, DC. Prior to becoming an attorney, Daniel was an environmental and natural resources public policy researcher for the California Research Bureau, where he authored studies on biodiversity conservation, land use, energy policy and other topics for the California Legislature. He holds a law degree and a BA in philosophy from UC Berkeley, and a Masters of Science in ecology from UC Davis. From 2008-2009 he was a law clerk for Walter Carpeneti, Chief Justice of the Alaska State Supreme Court. During Daniel's Ian Axford Fellowship exchange to New Zealand he was based at the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry in Wellington, where he researched New Zealand's development of new policies on the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
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