HYDERABAD: As director, Centre for Integrated Research in Bio-safety, University of Canterbury (New Zealand), Jack A Heinemann, along with his team, has been tirelessly working for years to...
October 6, 2012 - Times of India
Considering bigger nations like US are not party to this bio-safety agreement, how is it likely to impact other countries trading with them?
It is a matter of concern because these countries dominate the world in such trade. But having said that, it is also true that these nations are obligated to adhere to an international law. They cannot ignore that. So, if tomorrow a member country, while doing business with the US, asks for information on their exports, US will have to provide the same. It might not opt to do it by itself, but the country will have to honour a request....
The Hindu: October 3, 2012
Long-term impacts of Genetically Modified Organisms need close study http://www.scoop.it/t/biodiversity-is-life/p/2919861770/long-term-impacts-of-genetically-modified-organisms-need-close-study