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Date of Birth: 1947
Graduation: 1965

Pat Mooney

Pat Mooney is an ecologist and an activist. For several decades, he has helped civil society groups around the world with development and trade issues by providing his expertise on agricultural biodiversity and new technologies. In 1977, Mooney co-founded the Rural Advancement Fund International, later renamed the ETC Group (2001), in order to examine the impact of new technologies on rural communities. Although he never received a university degree, Mooney is the author and co-author of several books such as Seeds of the Earth: A Private or Public Resource? (1983) and Shattering: Food, Politics, and the Loss of Genetic Diversity (1990). He was the recipient of the Right Livelihood Award from the Swedish Parliament (1985) and the Pearson Medal of Peace from the Governor General (1998).