New Zealand’s Regulation of Gene Editing and Synthetic Biology and the Need for Strengthened Regulatory Regimes

The Sustainability Council of New Zealand highlights important elements in the country’s biosafety law for good governance of GMOs, gene editing and synthetic biology,stressing the importance of strengthening national and international biosafety regimes. […]

Eating in the Dark

Endorsed by leading scientists, this Greenpeace report is a critique of the regulation of GE food in Australia. […]

Model National Biosafety Law

A law to provide for the regulation of the import, deliberate release into the environment, placing on the market, and the contained use of GMOs and products thereof. […]

GMO Control Bill 2004 — Tasmania

A bill to provide for Tasmania to be declared to be a genetically modified organisms free area. […]

GM Crop Moratorium Bill 2004

The Australian Government’s Gene Technology (GM Crop Moratorium) Bill imposes a moratorium on the environmental release of GM crops in the Australian Capital Territory until mid-2006, but has provisions to allow scientific research to continue. […]