An ELI 50th Anniversary Seminar
In an era when agricultural sustainability is strained by rapid population growth and the detrimental effects of climate change, regulatory officials face increasing pressure to ensure global food security. Gene engineering presents vast possibilities for public health and food security transformations, from the capacity to reduce the spread of disease-carrying insects to dramatically increasing crop yields. At the same time, however, many have expressed concern about the environmental, health, and ethical impacts of genetic engineering.
Nicole E. Negowetti, Lecturer on Law and Clinical Instructor, Animal Law and Policy Clinic, Harvard Law School, Moderator
Andrew Kimbrell, Executive Director, Center for Food Safety
Keith A. Matthews, Of Counsel, Wiley Rein LLP
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