India: Activists seek new law on GM crop trials

Even as the Indian government has expressed its willingness to ratify the Nagoya-Kuala Lumpur supplementary protocol on biosafety, the potential stakeholders in the system feel there is not enough internal regulatory framework to thwart the damage from the transboundary movement of living modified organisms (LMOs). They are particularly opposing the field trials of genetically modified (GM) crops in the absence of a regulation on liability and redress.

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