> If developed countries decide that there is a serious risk involved with
> planting GMOs in their center of origin... do they really have any power
> to stop Mexican farmers from planting fields of terminator corn
> adjacent to wild teosinte that includes unique and valuable germplasm ?
I would say yes, developed countries should have the power to stop
Mexican or any developing country farmers and vice-versa. As the famous
slogan of environmental movements goes "Think Globally, act locally". If
everybody followed that then there would no linger be any need for
monitoring what is happening elsewhere.
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