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A review is written on the ecological perspectives in technological diffusion in developing countries using a sustainable approach. Although technology diffusion is the process by which innovations are adopted by a population or economy, some technological products have been kept at bay due to safety and ethical considerations. The article discusses succinctly, the ecological perspectives in major technological diffusion, their local and global impacts and concludes that there is the need for biosafety programmes that would serve as a guide for technology diffusion in order to sustainably manage the overwhelming effects of technological products after adoption in developing countries.
Ecology, Technology diffusion, Developing countries, Sustainable development, Ethics, Biosafety, Ecology, Technology diffusion, Developing countries, Sustainable development, Ethics, Biosafety