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El Protocolo De Cartagena Y La Conservación Del Medio Ambiente En La Era De La Biotecnología

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  • Juan A. Herrera
  • Fernando Hernández
  • José G. Rodríguez
  • Cornelio Zamudio
  • Luis H. Lope
  • Marlene Huerta
  • René Salinas

Abstract

El presente artículo analiza el Protocolo de Cartagena, la posibilidad de su implementación y su utilidad como herramienta para conservar el medio ambiente y garantizar la seguridad en la biotecnología. Considera el Protocolo y los elementos medulares del mismo. Este trabajo argumenta que la falta de recursos financieros, falta de tecnología de las economías en transición, conflictos con el régimen de comercio internacional y los grandes intereses de compañías que elaboran productos derivados de la biotecnología, hacen difícil la implementación de este Protocolo.

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  • Juan A. Herrera & Fernando Hernández & José G. Rodríguez & Cornelio Zamudio & Luis H. Lope & Marlene Huerta & René Salinas, 2009. "El Protocolo De Cartagena Y La Conservación Del Medio Ambiente En La Era De La Biotecnología," Desarrollo local sostenible, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 5, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:deloso:y:2009:i:5:6
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