The Convention of Biological Diversity, signed in Rio in 1992, brought into focus the links between access to genetic resources, equitable sharing of the benefits derivable from them, technology transfer and intellectual property, all complex and potentially conflicting objectives with no simple policy prescriptions. This book helps clarify the issues and the ongoing international discussions surrounding them.
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