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The Convention On Biological Diversity And Developing Countries

Author: G.Kristin Rosendal
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 940159421X
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The book focuses on the negotiation process leading up to the creation of the Convention on Biodiversity (CBD) and the domestic implementation of this international agreement. This political science study of the negotiation process applies several perspectives drawn from international relations theories, while also focusing on the implementation of international environmental agreements in a developing country. Moreover, the links between factors at international and domestic levels are examined, with four proposed mechanisms through which an international institution may affect domestic policies. Evidence is found that the CBD has had a beneficial impact on national biodiversity policies in the country studied, but that necessary compatible legislation is absent in developed country parties. Readership: Policy makers, decision makers, political scientists, lawyers and environmentalists engaged in development assistance work, and academics and industrialists involved in the biotechnology industry.

International Law And The Conservation Of Biological Diversity

Author: Michael Bowman
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
ISBN: 9041108637
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This work presents a thorough analysis of the biodiversity concept in international law and commentary on the 1992 United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity which was opened for signature following the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development. This Convention is the first international treaty explicitly to address all aspects of biodiversity ranging from the conservation and sustainable use of biological resources, to access to biotechnology and the safety of activities related to modified living organisms. The work extends beyond the ambit of the Convention itself to examine the conservation of biodiversity in international law generally, including measures for the protection of the terrestrial, marine and Antarctic environment and particular features relating to sustainable use of biological resources, ex-situ conservation and plant genetic resources. It further analyses the controversial issue of intellectual property rights, the problems of implementation in the European Union and the United States, differences between developing and developed states and the role of indigenous peoples. This major new work has been written by members of the Committee on Environmental Law of the British Branch of the International Law Association following an earlier study on the subject of International Law and Global Climate Change (Graham & Trotman, 1991). It is the first major study of the Convention of the context in which it was negotiated, and of the prospects for its implementation, following the entry into force of the Convention on 29 December 1993.

Accessing Biodiversity And Sharing The Benefits

Author: Santiago Carrizosa
Publisher: IUCN
ISBN: 2831708168
Size: 36.41 MB
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The book aims to address the lack of information on the experiences of others by providing a comparative analysis of national access and benefit-sharing laws and policies in the 41 Pacific Rim countries that signed the CBD. It provides key insights on the main characteristics of selected access and benefit-sharing (ABS) policies and laws, their development, and implementation process. It contains a detailed comparative analysis of existing laws and policies. It presents four case studies of countries with regulations in place and contrasts them with four case studies of countries that are struggling to develop their regulations. It ends by discussing options of an international regime on ABS and a summary analysis of the main lessons and recommendations from the study.

Biodiversity And Gender For Sustainable Development

Author: Rogers W'O. Okot-Uma
Publisher: Commonwealth Secretariat
ISBN: 9780850925562
Size: 40.92 MB
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Biodiversity and Gender for Sustainable Development is a specialist publication, evolved out of many years of subregional, regional and pan-Commonwealth experience of education and training under the aegis of the Commonwealth Secretariat. The publication provides an unprecedented insight into the two subject areas of Biodiversity and Gender. It takes cognisance of the Convention of Biological Diversity which recognises "the vital importance that women play in the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity and affirms the need for the full participation of women at all levels of policy-making and implementation for biological diversity conservation." This is not withstanding the fact that both women and men must exist in a mutually-beneficial partnership and strategic alliance that is poised to enable equal say in the decision-making process on the sustainable utilisation of biodiversity as well as facilitate equitable distribution of responsibilities for its conservation. The book is analytic and integrative in approach, clear in presentation and broad on the essential a concept of biodiversity, ranging from basic fundamentals to policy implications and biodiversity research innovation. The book is targeted at environmentalists, natural resource scientists, environmental practitioners, including planners and policy makers on national environmental issues.

An Explanatory Guide To The Cartagena Protocol On Biosafety

Author: Ruth Mackenzie
Publisher: IUCN
ISBN: 2831706718
Size: 16.82 MB
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This guide has been prepared by the IUCN Environmental Law Programme and the Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD), in cooperation with the World Resources Institute (WRI). The main goal of the guide is to facilitate the understanding of the obligations of Parties to the Protocol, by providing an information base on the content and origin of the Protocol provisions, accessible to the non-specialist and useful for those who will be involved in the development and implementation of national safety frameworks.

Climate Change And Biodiversity

Author: Thomas E. Lovejoy
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300119800
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Leading researchers discuss what is now known about the effects of climate change on the natural world. They examine recent trends in and projections about climate change; ways that particular organisms are responding to climate change; conservation challenges, including social and policy issues; and more. "This book will be a milestone in the emerging discipline of climate change biology. No issue is more important for the global environment; the impressive line-up of experts here gives it definitive coverage."--Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University "A well-written treatise on the past, present, and future effects of climate change on plant and animal biodiversity. . . . It is destined to become a classic."--Choice

Biodiversity And International Law

Author: Simone Bilderbeek
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 9789051990676
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Report of the Global Consultation on the Development and Enforcement of International Environmental Law, with a special focus on the preservation of biodiversity and International Environmental Law Conference.