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Costa Rica considers ban on GMO crops

L. Arias | 
A Legislative Assembly commission on agriculture on Tuesday will begin discussing a bill that would place a moratorium on the production of genetically modified crops ...

Costa Rican activists demand right to know GM field locations

Lindsay Fendt | 
On September 11, 2014, the Sala IV declared the country’s approval process for GMO projects unconstitutional because it violates the right of ...

Costa Rican court declares GMO regulatory approval process unconstitutional

Lindsay Fendt | 
In a ruling Thursday lauded by Costa Rica’s anti-GMO activists, the country’s Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, or Sala IV, struck down the government’s ...

Costa Rica president declares native corn as cultural heritage, victory for anti-GMO activists

Lindsay Fendt | 
Awaiting a decision on legal reforms from the courts, anti-GMO activists in Costa Rica have taken the fight over transgenic ...

Costa Rica: Three out of four people don’t know what GMOs are, yet still protest against them

Lindsay Fendt | 
Even though many Costa Ricans oppose GMOs, "a staggering three out of four Ticos say they're not sure what GMOs ...
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