The Precautionary Principle Should be Used with Caution — and Should be Applied to Animal Experimentation and Genetic Manipulation, Not Merely to Protection of the Environment

///The Precautionary Principle Should be Used with Caution — and Should be Applied to Animal Experimentation and Genetic Manipulation, Not Merely to Protection of the Environment

The Precautionary Principle Should be Used with Caution — and Should be Applied to Animal Experimentation and Genetic Manipulation, Not Merely to Protection of the Environment

Michael Balls

What is now known as the precautionary principle emerged in German federal law in the 1970s as the Vorsorgeprinzip (the “foresight principle”), and subsequently became incorporated into many multinational treaties and declarations.
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