It’s the latest victory in a global movement to support and protect seed sharing and saving. AB 1810, which was introduced by assembly member Marc Levine, exempts non-commercial seed sharing activities from industrial labeling, testing, and permitting requirements.
"If researchers do not have immediate, unrestricted access to the latest publications and data about cancer, they will be slowed in their progress in developing improved treatments and eventual cures," write Creative Commons.
The "Pluralist Commonwealth" re-imagines the American political economy as a decentralized network of democratic organizations oriented around egalitarianism and sustainability over profit maximization.
To ensure sustainable growth of co-living spaces, it’s important to focus on community management.
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