The World According to Monsanto

Present in forty-six countries, Monsanto has become the world leader in GM crops, as well as becoming one of the most controversial companies in industrial history. Since its foundation in 1901, the firm has faced trial after trial because of the toxicity of its products.
Today it has reinvented itself as a "life sciences" company which has been converted to the virtues of sustainable development.

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Present in forty-six countries, Monsanto has become the world leader in GM crops, as well as becoming one of the most controversial companies in industrial history. Since its foundation in 1901, the firm has faced trial after trial because of the toxicity of its products.
Today it has reinvented itself as a "life sciences" company which has been converted to the virtues of sustainable development.

Using hitherto unpublished documents and the testimonies of victims, scientists and politicians, The World according to Monsanto pieces together the origins of an
industrial empire, built upon lies, collusion with the American government, pressure and attempted corruption, which has become the world's leading seed manufacturer, spreading GM crops worldwide - amid a lack of any proper controls with respect to their effects on nature and human health.

FormatPal
ZoneNo zone
SupportDVD
LanguagesFrench, German, English
SubtitlesFrench, German, English
DirectorMarie-Monique Robin
AudioDolby Stereo
Ratio16/9
Runing time109
Production year2008
Edition year2009
ProductionARTE France
EditorARTE EDITIONS
Media number1
Original titleLe monde selon Monsanto

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The World According to Monsanto

The World According to Monsanto

Present in forty-six countries, Monsanto has become the world leader in GM crops, as well as becoming one of the most controversial companies in industrial history. Since its foundation in 1901, the firm has faced trial after trial because of the toxicity of its products.
Today it has reinvented itself as a "life sciences" company which has been converted to the virtues of sustainable development.

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