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IUCN Publication

Contracting for ABS : the legal and scientific implications of bioprospecting contracts

Contracts relating to scientific/technical development are effective only where they are enforceable or valid under relevant law, can be practically implemented by the Parties, and address matters arising from the relevant scientific/technical issues and practices.

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2009
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Covering ABS : addressing the need for sectoral, geographical, legal and international integration in the ABS regime: papers and studies of the ABS project

This final book of the ABS project provides focused research papers on issues that have not been agreed internationally, and which were beyond the scope of the first four ABS books: 1) ABS issues in sectoral ministries and instruments; 2) legal issues and experiences relevant to designing an ABS

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2009
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Au-delà de l'accès : l'application du partage juste et équitable des avantages en vertu de la CDB

Moins de 11 % des Parties à la CDB ont adopté des lois de fond sur l'ABS et presque toutes sont des pays en développement qui ont surtout privilégié le terme « accès » de l'équation.

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2009
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Más allá del acceso : explorando la implementación del compromiso de distribución justa y equitativa en el CDB

Fewer than 11% of CBD Parties have adopted substantive ABS law, and nearly all of these are developing countries, focusing almost entirely on the ‘access’ side of the equation. Most of the CBD’s specific ABS obligations, however, relate to the other side of the equation – benefit sharing.

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2008
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Beyond access : exploring implementation of the fair and equitable sharing commitment in the CBD

Fewer than 11% of CBD Parties have adopted substantive ABS law, and nearly all of these are developing countries, focusing almost entirely on the ‘access’ side of the equation. Most of the CBD’s specific ABS obligations, however, relate to the other side of the equation – benefit sharing.

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2007
IUCN Grey Literature

Civil society, law enforcement, and forest governance in Africa

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2004
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Organismes génétiquement modifiés et sécurité biologique : document d'information sur les questions liées aux OGM à l'intention des décideurs et d'autres acteurs

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2004
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Genetically modified organisms and biosafety : a background paper for decision-makers and others to assist in consideration of GMO issues

Biosafety and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are amongst the most complex of biodiversity issues: from species conservation, to sustainable livelihoods, to socio-cultural policy.

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2004