Scientists generally define the precautionary principle as follows:
Action should be taken to prevent adverse human health impacts in case where there is no absolute proof of a causal link between emissions or activity and health effects. Another way to express this principle is “better safe than sorry”. Many products of science and technology are brought to the marketplace without adequate knowledge of possible long-term effects on human health and the global environment.
Discuss your opinion on the precautionary principle. Should those who wish to introduce a new chemical, a new industrial process, a land use change and so on, have to demonstrate that their change will not harm the environment before proceeding? Explain and defend your answer.
Explain you answer in less than one page. Provide at least TWO references in total (at least ONE journal reference). Your reference should be peer-reviewed sources using embedded references and no footnotes as they are not in APA format.
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