Governing risk in GM agriculture / editors, Michael Baram, Mathilde Bourrier.

Publisher's description: This book addresses the issues and methods involved in governing risks posed by genetically modified (GM) agriculture. It examines the evolution of policies intended to ensure the safety of GM crops and food products in the United States and Europe and the regulatory ap...

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Other Authors: Baram, Michael S., Bourrier, Mathilde, 1966-
Other title:Governing risk in genetically modified agriculture.
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Table of Contents:
  • Governing risk in GM agriculture : an introduction / Michael Baram, Mathilde Bourrier
  • PART I : RISK GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC DISCOURSE: Governance of GM crop and food safety in the United States / Michael Baram
  • The European Union's regulatory framework : developments in legislation, safety assessment, and public perception / Marianna Schauzu
  • The Dutch approach to safety governance of GM agriculture / Hubert P. J. M. Noteborn, Freija H. van Duijne
  • Evolution of the regulatory system for GM crops in Brazil / Paulo José Leite Farias, Juliana Mezzomo Allain
  • PART II : FUTURE CHALLENGES: Coexistence and traceability of GMOs in the agro-food sector / Klaus Menrad, Tobias Hirzinger, Daniela Reitmeier
  • The "pharming" challenge / Armin Spök
  • GMO as a sustainability issue : the role of the global reporting initiative / Philip J. Vergragt, Halina Szejnwald Brown
  • Applying safety science to genetically modified agriculture / Mathilde Bourrier.