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International trade rules based on science are not functioning efficiently. Considerable effort was put forth in the 20th century to enable politics to be removed from th [...]
2010 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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When GM crops were first commercialized, science-based risk assessments and regulations were applied to ensure food (human and animal) and environmental safety. Early ado [...]
2016-12 | Journal Article |
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Identity preserving production and marketing (IPPM) systems are used extensively in the Canadian canola industry to segregate varieties with different traits from the com [...]
2001 | Journal Article |
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This article examines three developing countries to identify capacities for innovative science policy: Brazil, South Africa and the Philippines. Using membership in regio [...]
29 November 2012 | Journal Article |
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The concept of science-based rules for the establishment of trade barriers was a new development that arose from the Uruguay Round. It is an attempt to de-politicise deci [...]
2003 | Journal Article |
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The regulatory regime for contamination permits the imposition of import bans with neither a scientific justification nor a risk assessment. No scientific assessment of T [...]
2011-09 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Canada is the world’s largest producer and exporter of flaxseed. In 2009, DNA from a deregistered genetically modified organism (GMO) CDC Triffid was detected in a ship [...]
2015-11 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The timely and efficient commercialization of innovation is one of industry’s principal needs if it is to invest in research and development within a given jurisdiction [...]
2016-12 | Journal Article |
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Governments around the world are betting heavily on biofuels as one part of a solution to a wide range of public policy challenges, from environmental sustainability in t [...]
06 June 2012 | Journal Article |