Genetically Modified Organisms: Why We Need a Transparent System of Regulation
University of New England - School of Law
January 9, 2010
Two recent events involving genetically modified organisms (GMOs) illustrate the government’s current sensitivity to GMO issues.
Although they are not directly related, both events point to delicate handling of novel food chain products and a growing acceptance of the current Canadian regulatory model for GMOs. This is surprising as the regulatory model is considered by many as confusing at best.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 2
Keywords: transgenics, food, staking, regulation, genetically modifiedworking papers series
Date posted: January 14, 2010
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