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Regulating a Brave New Genetically Modified World

Regulating a Brave New Genetically Modified World

by Donald K Anton

In the next 15 minutes I would like to examine the incipient international regulation of an increasingly genetically modified world under the new Cartegena Protocol on Biosafety -- ironically adopted, after 6 arduous years of negotiation, this past January in Montreal. Before looking at the Protocol, however, a few preliminary observations about the development and use of genetic engineering are in order.

The development and use of genetic engineering

WTO: ACEL application for leave to file Amicus Curiae brief -- Asbestos

WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Application for Leave by ACEL-ANU16 November 2000 Original: English EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES - MEASURES AFFECTING ASBESTOS AND ASBESTOS-CONTAINING PRODUCTS Application by the Australian Centre for Environmental Law at The Austrlian National University (ACEL-ANU) for Leave to File a Written Amicus Curiae Brief in the Appeal of European Communities -- Measures Affecting Asbestos and Asbestos-Containing Products Comes now the Applicant, the Australian Centre for Environmental Law at The Australian National University (ACEL-ANU), pursuant to the Additional Procedure Adopted

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