Environmentally beneficial GMO

93) Promote research and development of GMO applications, considered safe in terms of biodiversity, which improve the state of the environment. Develop scientific and administrative assessment and decision-making procedures regarding GMOs, to cover impacts on biodiversity on a broad scale. Seek to identify, and if necessary, ban at the permit application stage, any GMOs whose use may have an adverse impact on biodiversity.

Responsible institutions: Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Education and Culture, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Ministry of Employment and the Economy

Schedule: 2013–2020




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