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Global Governance of Genetic Resources

Oberthür S., Rosendal K.
IUCN (ID: MON-088613)
Publisher | Place of publication
Routledge | Abingdon, Oxfordshire
268 p.
Document type
Field of application
Environment gen.
Biodiversity Genetic resources Access and benefit sharing

1. Global Governance of Genetic Resources: Background and Analytical Framework Sebastian Oberthür and G. Kristin Rosendal 2. The Term ‘Genetic Resources’: Flexible and Dynamic while Providing Legal Certainty? Morten Walløe Tvedt and Peter Johan Schei 3. The Negotiations of the Nagoya Protocol: Issues, Coalitions and Process Linda Wallbott, Franziska Wolff and Justyna Pożarowska 4. The Role of Non-state Actors in the Nagoya Protocol Negotiations Amandine Orsini 5. The Role of the European Union in the Negotiations on the Nagoya Protocol: Self-interested Bridge Building Sebastian Oberthür and Florian Rabitz 6. The Role of Switzerland in the Nagoya Protocol Negotiations Marc Hufty, Tobias Schulz, and Maurice Tschopp 7. Goals, Strategies and Success of the African Group in the Negotiations of the Nagoya Protocol Linda Wallbott 8. The Nagoya Protocol and the Diffusion of Economic Instruments for Ecosystem Services Franziska Wolff 9. Beyond Nagoya: Towards a Legally Functional System of Access and Benefit-sharing Morten Walløe Tvedt 10. The Impact of the Nagoya Protocol on the Evolving Institutional Complex of ABS Governance Sebastian Oberthür and Justyna Pożarowska 11. Balancing ABS and IPR Governance in the Aquaculture Sector G. Kristin Rosendal, Ingrid Olesen and Morten Walløe Tvedt 12. Governance Options for ex-situ Collections in Academic Research Susette Biber-Klemm, Kate Davis, Laurent Gautier, and Sylvia I. Martinez 13. Conclusions: An Assessment of Global Governance of Genetic Resources after the Nagoya Protocol Sebastian Oberthür and G. Kristin Rosendal

Other references


Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and their Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization to the Convention on Biological Diversity

Treaty | Multilateral | Nagoya |

Keyword: Genetic resources, Agriculture and environment, Capacity building, Biotechnology, Food security, Cultural heritage, Enforcement/compliance, Biodiversity, Climate change, Access-to-information, Access and benefit sharing, Access-to-justice, Public health

Source: IUCN (ID: TRE-155959)