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Feb 122012
 
Becky McClain, Injured Pfizer Molecular Biologist and Health & Safety Advocate Speaks at Calaway Awards

Becky McClain, Injured Pfizer Molecular Biologist and Health & Safety Advocate Speaks at Calaway Awards- Becky McClain, injured Pfizer Molecular Biologist and Health and Safety Advocate speaks at Callaway Awards Presentation on 12/8/2010 in Washington, D.C. California. For more information go to www.cpab.info and California Coalition For Workers Memorial Day www.workersmemorialday.org

Feb 122012
 
Pfizer Injured Biotech Molecular Biologist Becky McClain-Biotech workers and the public under threat

On July 17, 2010 in San Francisco, Pfizer injured biotech molecular biologist Becky McClain discussed her firing for making OSHA complaints and also the potential and real dangers of unregulated development of products in the biotech and nanotech industry without proper oversight. The first US conference on biotechnology and health and safety was sponsored by the California Coalition For Workers Memorial Day www.workersmemorialday.org Additional presentations at the conference are Biotech, CA Osha & Health And [More]

Feb 122012
 
Becky McClain's Worker's Memorial Day speech 4-28-10

  Becky McClain is a 23-year career molecular biologist who has worked on cutting edge technologies in mouse embryonic stem cell, vaccine development, molecular genetics, neurobiology and developmental biology research within both academia and private industry. In 2002-2004 she incurred biological exposures at Pfizer, Groton, CT from a biological hood and co-worker using a Lentivirus on her lab bench next to her desk. As a result of requesting the Lentivirus exposure records through OSHA she [More]

Feb 122012
 

“Nightmare at Pfizer “- Injured Bio-Tech Worker Becky McClain Speaks at 2009 April 28, 2009 SF Workers Memorial Day Pfizer Biotech Stem Cell Researcher Becky McClain Reports On Health And Safety Dangers In The Biotech Industry Injured Pfizer Molecular Biologist Becky McClain was a health and safety officer at the drug company Pfizer. She was concerned about the dangers of stem cell research and lack of proper oversight and health and safety protection. She brought [More]

Feb 092012
 
Civil Society Submission to the Convention on Biodiversity on Synthetic Biology

The Potential Impacts of Synthetic Biology on the Conservation & Sustainable Use of Biodiversity: A Submission to the Convention on Biological Diversity’s Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical & Technological Advice Submitted by: The International Civil Society Working Group on Synthetic Biology Consisting of: Action Group On Erosion Technology and Concentration (ETC Group) Econexus Friends of the Earth USA International Centre for Technology Assesment The Sustainability Council of New Zealand

Feb 092012
 
Report: Who Will Control the Green Economy?

click to download Who Will Control the Green Economy? From the UN Rio+20 preparatory meetings in New York, ETC Group today launches Who Will Control the Green Economy? The 60-page report connects the dots between the climate and oil crises, new technologies and corporate power. The report warns that the world’s largest companies are riding the coattails of the “Green Economy” while gearing up for their boldest coup to-date – not just by making strategic [More]