Brian Tokar

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Brian Tokar "has been an activist since the 1970s in the peace, anti-nuclear, environmental, and Green politics movements and is currently the director of the Institute for Social Ecology in Vermont... He was the recipient of a 1999 Project Censored award for his investigative history of the Monsanto company (The Ecologist, Sept./Oct. 1998). Brian's articles on environmental politics and emerging ecological movements appear frequently in Z Magazine, The Ecologist, Earth Island Journal, Synthesis/Regeneration, Toward Freedom, and numerous other publications and websites. He has lectured throughout the U.S., as well as internationally, and has consulted on technical and political aspects of environmental issues for community-based organizations on both coasts. He has served on the national boards of the Native Forest Network and the Edmonds Institute, and sat on the National Committee of the Greens/Green Party USA for several years. Brian graduated from MIT in 1976 with degrees in biology and physics and received his Masters degree in biophysics from Harvard University in 1981." [1]

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  1. Brian Tokar, Zmag Catched, accessed July 17, 2008.