The deliberate release of genetically engineered organisms poses uncertain but potentially grave risks to the environment. The governing federal and state environmental regulations are inefficient and do not protect environmental integrity. This Comment examines the deliberate release of genetically engineered organisms in the context of federal and state environmental laws. It concludes that the current regulatory schemes are inadequate and proposes changes to meet the goals of effective environmental regulation.
The Monkey's Paw: Regulating the Deliberate Environmental Release of Genetically Engineered Organisms,
66 Wash. L. Rev.
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