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    Council of 2 March 2009, Agriculture Council of 23 March 2009 and Environment Council of 25 June 2009 4 B - Contact Details Member State: SPAIN Name of ministry/ies contact Person/s: Esther Esteban Rodrigo Contact Address: Dirección General de Desarrollo Sostenible del Medio Rural, Ministerio de Medio Ambiente, y Medio Rural y Marino C/ Alfonso XII, 62 Madrid, 28014 Telephone: 00 34 91 347 5113 Fax:
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    Economic impacts

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    context of changing climate, climate change mitigation, food security, soil and water restoration, improved crop stress tolerance etc. the option could be also multifunctional agriculture (including conservation of biodiversity, animal welfare, cultural and historical heritage values and the liability and viability of rural communities) as outlined by the International assessment of agricultural knowledge,
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    Economic impacts

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    vol 28, No 1, 48-58 Subramanian A & Qaim M (2008) Village-wide effects of agricultural biotechnology: the case of Bt cotton in India, World Development, vol 37, N0 1, 256-262 Trigo E & Cap E (2006) Ten years of GM crops in Argentine agriculture, ArgenBio, Argentina i) Co-existence and GM IR maize production in Europe Research The possibility of GM adventitious presence occurring in a non GM crop because
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    Economic impacts

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    laboratories, public administration, NGOs and ecologist associations as well as organic agriculture organisations, the questionnaire was filled in only by the following: -Ministry of Agriculture, and Rural Development (MARD) -National Authority for Consumers Protection (NACP) -National Environmental Guard (NED) -National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Authority (NSVFSA) -Public Health Institute
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    long process and significant costs. These include research costs in developing the technology and the regulatory costs that account for the real resources used, government regulation, transitional costs, and social welfare costs. There is no estimates of development and regulatory costs involved in the development of a GM crop in UE. Organisations (public or private bodies) from the UE have invested
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    Economic and social implications

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    and impact variability: insights from India, Review of Agricultural Economics, vol 28, No 1, 48-58 Subramanian A & Qaim M (2008) Village-wide effects of agricultural biotechnology: the case of Bt cotton in India, World Development, vol 37, N0 1, 256-262 Trigo E & Cap E (2006) Ten years of GM crops in Argentine agriculture, ArgenBio, Argentina i) Co-existence and GM IR maize production in Europe Research
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    Kwestionariusz dotyczący społeczno-ekonomicznych skutków wprowa...

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    socio-economic implications of the placing on the market of GMOs for cultivation was sent to the following stakeholders: 1) Individual farmers involved in different types of farming (conventional and organic), 2) Sectoral agricultural organisations, 3) Agricultural councils, 4) Scientific institutions reporting to the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, 5) Scientific research institutions,
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    51 rotterdam Convention. Internet: www.pic.int/home.php?type=t&id=5&sid=16 52 Backus, G.B.C. et al (2008) EU beleid inzake ggo s; een quickscan van de economische gevolgen [EU policy on GMOs; a snapshot of the economic impact]. LEI report 53 European Commission; DG agriculture and rural development (KF-81-08-237-EN-C) the Common Agricultural Policy Explained 54 trouw national daily (1996) news item:
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    Economic impacts

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    of cruciferous crops; 3) farms engaged in bee-keeping; 4) farms and businesses dealing with rural tourism, as well as providing medical rehabilitation services. Uncontrolled spreading of GM crops may negatively affect not only agricultural producers, but all rural residents engaged in agriculture, growing vegetables and cruciferous for domestic consumption and dealing with beekeeping. GM crops could
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    environmental risk assessment, which has not been applied for MON810. Does GMO cultivation have an impact on agriculture diversity (number of plant varieties available, agriculture species, etc?) PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (Ministry of Rural Development & Food): New traits developed by genetic engineering could lead to widespread use of limited number of crop varieties and eventually loss of cultivar biodiversity.