Review of the Gene Technology Act 2000 (Cth) Submission from the Gene Technology Ethics Committee (gtec)


Recommendation 9: Scientific Uncertainty



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Recommendation 9: Scientific Uncertainty

GTEC recommends that, separate to consideration of precaution, careful consideration should be given to whether or not issues of scientific uncertainty might be referred to in the GT Act, consistent with a broad approach to risk and an appreciation of the wider context of risk analysis.


Recommendation 10: Public Consultation

GTEC recommends that public consultation should continue in relation to licence applications for dealings involving intentional release of a GMO into the environment and the Regulator should take public submissions into account in so far as they raise issues relevant to the decision whether or not to issue a licence.



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