Series: A Guide to the Convention on Biological Diversity Volume: 30
By: L Glowka, F Burhenne-Guilmin, H Synge, JA McNeely and L Gundling
162 pages, no illustrations
The Convention on Biological Diversity is a commitment by the nations of the world to conserve biodiversity, to use biological resources sustainably, and to share equitably the benefits arising from the use of genetic resources. It is the first global agreement to address comprehensively all aspects of biodiversity. This work aims to promote greater understanding of the convention's text and its possible implications. Also available in French, Spanish and Arabic.
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