Genetically Modified Crops and the Precautionary Principle: Is There a Case for a Moratorium?

In B. Almond & M. Parker (eds.), Ethical Issues in the New Genetics: Are Genes Us? Ashgate. pp. 143-152 (2003)

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Jonathan A. Hughes
Keele University
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Keywords genetic modification  environment  risk
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