What lessons can we learn from the current reforms of the EU authorisation procedures under the regulation of GMOs (that hands back greater powers to the MSs) about attempts to develop ecological federalism as a constitutionalised approach to dealing with challenges of environmental regulation in a multi-level governance regime?
13 MSs invited the Commission to leave the decision on GMO cultivation to them
Commissions Communication July 2010 presented
Attempt of politicians to develop
Multi level governance
Result of seeking more balance where interests of MSs are not taken into account enough
GMOs - a field where the MSs opinions differ
and endeavours to eliminate the critique of institutional failure and lack of democracy
Ecological federalism or centralization?
Doyou think that GMOs authorisation procedures should be regulated centrally by the EU institutions or that MSs should decide on their own if they want to cultivate GMOs?
Is there any ideal legal solution for the authorisation of GMOs problem?
How to protect existentially important public goods for the welfare of citizens by means of “unity in diversity” beyond nation states?