Davey, Orima and Syofyan, Ahmad and Aida, Melly (2017) How Far is the Precautionary Principle Considered in the Benefits of Genetically Modified Organisms World Wide? In: 2nd Shield Conference, 18-20 September 2017, Universitas Lampung. (Submitted)

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Abstract

It has been years since the human kind first started to advance their life qualities. Humans have evolved all kind of aspects in their lives such as economically, socially, technologically, and scientifically. If we are to integrate between technology and science, we would end up with one of the leading aspect in human life that is biotechnology. From the early stages of using organisms or molecular analogues into certain products or services, biotechnology has taken us into a very different level of new nature insertion that is the Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO). GMO is an organism (human, animals, and plants) or microorganism that is genetically engineered, in order to create new and inheritable characteristic. Because of its direct impact upon human and environment health, the implementation of the precautionary principle is ought to and has been able to settle worries that come from countries across the world. Either GMO is considered as a scientific or trading premise, both Cartegana Protocol on Biosafety and the Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measurement from the World Trade Organization have ensured the safety of those products. Despite all the regulations, nowadays, there are still a lot part of countries that banned the usage of GMOs domestically. These actions have left law experts and international organizations wonder how far the countries consider the binding of GMO regulations and its precautionary principle.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Hukum (FH) > Prodi Ilmu Hukum
Depositing User: MELLY AIDA
Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2017 07:21
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2017 07:21
URI: http://repository.lppm.unila.ac.id/id/eprint/4683

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