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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Adrain Lebsack on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to GEOG 270 at University of Washington taught by Joseph Hannah in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 52 views. For similar materials see /class/192237/geog-270-university-of-washington in Geography at University of Washington.


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Date Created: 09/09/15
Geog 270 7 Autumn 2007 Final Exam Review Topics These are some areas for study to prepare for the nal exam You are responsible for all course material readings lectures section and lms not only those items on this sheet The exam will be on Monday December 10 230 420 in 301 Miller You will have the bulk of the scheduled exam time almost 2 hours to complete the exam The exam will consist of multiple choice True False and short answer questions The short answer questions will typically require from one to three sentences to answer well All answers will be written right on the exam itself You will not need a Scantron form or bluebook 1 Development Sustainability and Sustainable Development 11 Population and Consumption 111 Global Warming and the Third World For studying suggestions for the three topics above please see the documents Review Sheet 7 Population and Consumption and Midterm Review Sheet on the course website IV GMO Agriculture in the Third World Green Revolution What was the Green Revolution When did it take place What were its principle aimsgoalsmotivationsjusti cations What approach did the Green Revolution take to reaching its goals What kind of technology was employed How did this work Who started it and backed it What economic theory did this approach embody What problems are attributed to the Green revolution by its critics BiotechnologyGenetically Modified Organisms Gene Revolution What is the Gene Revolution What were its principle aimsgoalsm0tivationsjusti cations What approach does the Gene Revolution take to reaching its goals What kind of technology is employed How does this work Describe Roundup Ready and Bt technologies what are the important characteristics of crops that are Roundup Ready or Bt Who started it and backs it What economic theory does this approach embody What problems are attributed to the Green revolution by its critics What are the main points of comparison and contrast between the Green and Gene Revolutions What is the signi cance of the MST and resistance to GMO cultivation in Brazil How does the ght of the MST against GMOS raise questions about the role of the state and the market in development What is meant by the privatization of development The scienceprofitabilitylaw triad why are these important to the promotion of GMO crops worldwide Why are international trade and intellectual property rights laws particularly important for corporations promoting GMO agriculture in the Third World Explain Permissive and Precautionary approaches to adoption of GMO technologies e g food safety Several southern African initially rejected US food aid during the 2002 food crisis in that region because of the possibility that some or all of the grain donated contained GMOs What were the concerns expressed by those countries Each country had to formulate a policy response to the donated food What were some of the reasons for each kind of response Why were US and European outlooks on GMOs significant in these countries policy decisions


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