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  1. Technology Neutrality in European Regulation of GMOs.Per Sandin, Christian Munthe & Karin Edvardsson Björnberg - 2022 - Ethics, Policy and Environment 25 (1):52-68.
    ABSTRACT Objections to the current EU regulatory system on genetically modified organisms in terms of high cost and lack of consistency, speed and scientific underpinning have prompted proposals for a more technology-neutral system. We sketch the conceptual background of the notion of ‘technology neutrality’ and propose a refined definition of the term. The proposed definition implies that technology neutrality of a regulatory system is a gradual and multidimensional feature. We use the definition to analyze two regulatory reform proposals: One proposal (...)
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  • How to Do What Is Right, Not What Is Easy: Requirements for Assessment of Genome-Edited and Genetically Modified Organisms Under Ethical Guidelines.T. Dassler & T. Antonsen - 2021 - Food Ethics 6 (2).
    Summary/abstractAn ethical assessment is a complex, dynamic and comprehensive process that requires both ethical expertise and practical knowledge. An ethical assessment of a genetically modified organism must follow accepted and transparent methods and be based in relevant considerations. In addition, the Ethical guidelines must include a broad and adequate range of values, so that no groups, stakeholders, agents or areas are left out.
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  • Food System Transformation and the Role of Gene Technology: An Ethical Analysis.Paul B. Thompson - 2021 - Ethics and International Affairs 35 (1):35-49.
    The global food system exhibits dizzying complexity, with interaction among social, economic, biological, and technological factors. Opposition to the first generation of plants and animals transformed through rDNA-enabled gene transfer has been a signature episode in resistance to the forces of industrialization and globalization in the food system. Yet agricultural scientists continue to tout gene technology as an essential component in meeting future global food needs. An ethical analysis of the debate over gene technologies reveals the details that matter. On (...)
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