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Biodiversity, conservation, law and livelihoods : Bridging the north-south divide

Author
Jeffery M.I., Firestone J., Bubna-Litic K.
Date
2008
Source
IUCN (ID: MON-080804)
Publisher | Place of publication
Cambridge University Press | New York, NY, USA
ISBN
978-0-521-88503-4
Pages
598 p.
Document type
Serial/multi-volume work
Conference name | place | date
Third Colloquium of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law | Sydney, Australia | 20050711
Language
English
Field of application
International
Country/Territory
Brazil, Australia, Ethiopia, Japan, China, Ghana, United States of America, Fiji
Subject
Sea, Wild species & ecosystems, Land & soil, Forestry, Air & atmosphere
Keyword
Forest management/forest conservation Climate change Intellectual property rights/patents International agreement-implementation Alien species Sustainable development Genetic resources Protected area Cultural heritage Land-use planning Biosafety GMO Biodiversity Indigenous peoples
Abstract

Contents:
Part I. The Context; Part II. Biodiversity; Part III. Conservation Measures (A) Area-Based; Part IV. Uses of Components of Biodiversity; 17. Legal Framework for the Ecological and Biodiversity Needs of Soil; Part V. Processes affecting biodiversity; (A) Global Warming; Part VI. Biosecurity Issues (A) Invasive Alien Species; 25. Prevention and Control of Alien Invasive Species; Part VII. Access and Benefit Sharing (A) The Situation in Antarctica.

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