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These technologies provide the ability to generate designer drugs, therapeutic vaccines, and microorganisms. Like all technologies that modify fundamental biology without a complete understanding of how environment, DNA, protein production, and cell biology interact, this introduces new risks because we could engineer dangerous new organisms. But, used appropriately, this field may dramatically affect the development of novel, and more effective, therapeutics..
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Many people in the area get by on about a tenth of that, according to The Economist.However, the secondhand industry is rife with uncertainty, and traders have little control over the available clothing. Much of it is in poor condition and the western sizes often don’t fit customers well.Furthermore, the proposed ban wouldn’t block imports of new clothes, which would be more expensive than used clothes, but still cheaper than locally produced items, Brooks wrote in The Guardian earlier this year.For a ban to work, Brooks suggests introducing it gradually, and taxing secondhand clothing imports to help subsidize local production efforts.”We need to find better uses for that ‘going out top’ bought for $15 and worn only twice,” Kelsey Halling, director of impact for Thread International, a group that repurposes garbage,wrote in an op ed for Sustainable Brands. “Places such as Uganda, and Haiti, and India shouldn’t have to be and very soon may choose not to be responsible for our excess.”.