Documentation:Open Case Studies/Political Science/International1
Climate Change Action Plan
International Group 1 - Collective Responsibility for the development of GMOs
The international realm has a responsibility to the global assessment of environmental climate change. Because we are all actors using the finite amount of resources on this earth, we have a collective duty to respond to both local and global issues of importance.
Framing within a hybrid plan of determining intially who (private and/or public actors) will develop GMOs (in particular food crops) and who will provide the resources of that development.
The principle of a partnership between state actors (nations) and private companies to provide a framework for GMO development. (Addressing the idea that currently Monsanto is an multinational corporation with legal personhood as a corporation)
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(reduction of pesticide use and crop failure impacts) (assigning of responsibiity to develop/use depending on the ability to provide the resources behind it - 'aid'?)
- Convincing of public opinion on the overall benefits of GMO development despite the currently limited research (scare tactics? science frame? humanistic frame?)
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