India's Policy on Genetically Modified Crops

Published By: Asia Research Centre - London School of Economics | Published Date: January, 01 , 2006

Agricultural biotechnology is highly contested site in India, encompassing debates on impact of technology on society, economic development, and India’s future agricultural Strategy. Proponents of biotechnology assert that genetically modified (GM) crops have the potential to solve India’s agricultural problems, while opponents argue that it has negative implications for farmer’s livelihoods. The paper tries to analyse how the pro and anti-GM campaigns portrays farmer’s views.

Author(s): Anitha Ramanna | Posted on: Mar 09, 2016 | Views() | Download (238)

Member comments


No Comments yet! Be first one to initiate it!

Creative Commons License