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Hindmarsh, R. A. and Lawrence, G. Altered Genes II: The Future? 2 ed. Melbourne: Scribe Publications, 2001. 56  
Hindmarsh, R. A. and Lawrence, G. (2001). Bio-utopia: Future Natural?. In R. Hindmarsh and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Altered Genes II: The Future? 2 ed. (pp. 11-35) Melbourne: Scribe Publications. 93  
Hindmarsh, R. A. (2001). Constructing Bio-utopia: Laying foundations amidst dissent. In R. Hindmarsh and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Altered Genes II: The Future? 2 ed. (pp. 36-52) Melbourne: Scribe Publications. 33  
Hindmarsh, R. A. and Turnbull, D. (2001). Environmental Protection and GMOS. In: R. Hindmarsh, Situating the Environment at the University of Queensland, University of Queensland, St Lucia, (). February, 2001. 34  
Hindmarsh, R. A. and Matthews, C. A. (2002). Moving Solar Energy from Periphery to Power. In: Ecopolitics XIII Conference, Lincoln University, (). 29 November - 1 December 2001. 56  
Hindmarsh, R. A. and Rogers-Hayden, T. (2002). New Zealand's Royal Commission on Genetic Modification as a Conduit of Power/Knowledge to Empower Genetic Engineering. In: Ecopolitics XIII Conference, Lincoln University, (). 29 November - 1 December 2001. 109  
Rogers-Hayden, T., Hindmarsh, R. A. and Risely, M. (2002) Precaution down under? Marginalisation of the strong precautionary principle in GE debates in New Zealand and Australia. Ecopolitics Thought+Action, 1 4: 86-97. 60  
Hindmarsh, R. A. (2000). The diverging pathway of organics and genetic engineering: The need for precaution. In J. Healey (Ed.), Genetically Modified Food: Issues in Society (pp. 36-36) Sydney: Spinney Press. 35  
Hindmarsh, R. A. and Risely, M. (2002). The Precautionary Principle and the Regulation of Genetic Engineering in Australia. In: Ecopolitics XIII Conference, Lincoln University, (). 29 November - 1 December 2001. 91