Those who haven't finished, or started, be warned, there will undoubtedly be massive spoilers.
For the first topic I'm gonna turn the floor over to Beeso, who was muttering darkly on Twunter this week about AA's possible anti green bias.
I dont think there is one, but everybody reads a different book. There are characters who have issues with the Greens who have become a very significant third political force in Seattle, and one of those characters is Kipper, which might appear to lend sympathy to any Green view. However, I'd point out that all of that back story happens off stage, setting up scenario's for the final book, and Kipper has issues with everyone.
Because of the ecological effects and aftermath of the Wave there is fair deal of discussion and thought about environmental issues by the POV actors in the book, but they do so in character. If Sandra Harvey, the Greens leader, got a POV scene you'd read a very different exposition of the GM crop issue than you would in a scene narrated by, say, Miguel. There's no compelling story need to meet Sandra just yet and popping her simply in to 'balance' the politics of the book would be ... well... gratuitous PC bullshit. Insert rant by Murph here.
Anyway, I promised to let Beeso have first crack at any thread, so here 'tis.