Public Opinion Towards Gene Drive as a Pest Control Approach for Biodiversity Conservation and the Association of Underlying WorldviewsE. A. MacDonald, J. Balanovic, E. D. Edwards, W. Abrahamse, B. Frame, A. Greenaway, R. Kannemeyer, N. Kirk, F. Medvecky, T. L. Milfont, J. C. Russell and D. M. Tompkins, Environmental Communication-a Journal of Nature and Culture, 15:1-16. 2020.
Synthetic gene drive approaches are nascent technologies with potential applicability for pest control for conservation purposes. Responsible science mandates that society be engaged in a dialogue over new technology, particularly where there exist global ramifications as with ...
Keywords: Attitudes, awareness, communication, CRISPR, engagement, Environmental Sciences & Ecology, gene drive synthetic, invasive species, invasive species management, new-zealand, opinions, perceptions, responsible science, science, social-dominance orientation, Synthetic biology, trust, values
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