Genetic engineering for the environment: Ethical implications of the biotechnology revolution
AbstractThis article discusses the environmental consequences of genetic engineering for agricultural purposes within a theological and philosophical framework. The advanatges and disadvantages of genetic engineering of crop plants are anlaysed. Theological aspects of genetic engineering and animals and nature are commented upon.
CitationHeythrop Journal, 36(3), 1995, pp. 307-327.
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