Mexico – A Mexican court has delivered its ruling against Monsanto, which may be more bittersweet than an occasion to celebrate.
After scientists’ gathered into a collective, accompanied by NGOs and civil rights organizations, a lawsuit was brought against Monsanto to prevent the production of GMO corn crops. The courts awarded a temporary halt to Monsanto’s endeavours, under a proviso that Monsanto must be monitored and that they are still permitted to continue with experimental trials.
The court’s decision comes after concerned farmers, beekeepers, scientists and human rights advocates bound together and spent several years working on the case. Monsanto will now be required to submit ongoing impact reports on non-GM crops that neighbour their test crops.
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