Waste Management Politics in Brazil
Adriana Felipetto of Haztec talks Jan. 17, 2011, in Rio de Janeiro during Thunderbird School of Global Management's Brazil Winterim.
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thumbnailThe Meatrix Interactive 360 feature is a great way to educate yourself, friends and family (and students!) about factory farming. Roll over the objects on the farm and click them to get in depth information about each subject. Place your cursor o
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5 Designer babies?

A character under genetic influence where the distinction between treatment and enhancement is hard to draw is height. Treatment of short stature – with human growth hormone made in genetically manipulated bacteria – has already given rise to controversy about how short a child needs to be for treatment to count as meeting a medical need. That is, how tall is tall enough?

As we identify genes that have effects on many other human characters, from appearance to, perhaps, intelligence
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