technologies. People on earth are the both sides that cause this problem and control this problem. We must think about the consequence of food system. We should think about the relationship between food to human health and environment, from the agricultural worker to their own bodies. 9. In conclusion, I believe the behavior that the companies like Monsanto or any biotech company have affected to the human being and environmental system is an unethical issue . They create the GMOs product which is good for the company business as the monopoly company. They have strong power to control the specified products in agricultural fields such seeds or grain; However, it advanced technology can cause many negative impacts to the diversity of species and unpredictable of new product created by connecting DNA. This problem is not only affect to the environment, species, but it also affects to the people health on earth. By prevent the biotechnology issue such as GMOs product, we should think about the sustainable agriculture and improve public health. In my opinion, law makers should label all the product which is on
Monsanto 10 sale in the market with the GMOs label if it comes from GM or GE products to ensure the consumer make a good product for their health depending on the Ethic of Care. This act could help consumer distinguishes clearly which one is organic product and which one is biotech products, so the consumer will have a better choice for their health. Moreover, by using the resource from the local ecology and recycle those resource is also the best way to achieve the sustainable agriculture. 10.
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