Author/Editor: Marie-Monique Robin

Biography
Marie-Monique Robin

Marie-Monique Robin is an award-winning French journalist and filmmaker. She received the 1995 Albert-Londres Prize, awarded to investigative journalists in France. She is the director and producer of over thirty documentaries and investigative reports filmed in Latin America, Africa, Europe, and Asia. She lives outside of Paris.


News
19 Nov 2010 Bush Telegraph with Marie-Monique Robin on The World According to Monsanto

French journalist, Marie-Monique Robin speaks with Bush Telegraph about her expose on Monsanto. The interview also includes an extract from Vandana Shiva on the documentary of the same name.

09 Nov 2010 Will they get our bellies?

A great review of The World According to Monsanto plus interview with author Marie-Monique Robin from the Indian press. Listen out for Marie-Monique on ABC ... more

26 Jul 2010 News: World According to Monsanto in the Sydney Morning Herald

The World According to Monsanto was reviewed in this weekend's Sydney Morning Herald by John Newton. Unfortunately it's not online, but here's a sample:

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13 Jul 2010 "Riveting, scary stuff."

The World According to Monsanto has been reviewed by Necia Wilden and John Lethlean in The Australian's food section, First Bite: Not glamorous, and not a ... more

06 Jul 2010 Read an extract from The World According to Monsanto

"Phantoms in the machine", an edited extract from The World According to Monsanto, about the introduction of GM crops in Mexico, appeared in print and online in The Age.


Awards
2009 Winner, Rachel Carson Prize (environmentalist award)
Book Awards
The World According to Monsanto: 2009 Rachel Carson Prize

Books published by, or available from, Spinifex
World According to Monsanto, The

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