Series: IUCN Environmental Policy and Law Papers Volume: 34
By: Lyle Glowka
97 pages, no illustrations
Drawing on existing examples, this document highlights some of the legislative and institutional approaches that parties to the Convention of Biological Diversity could consider as they strive to implement article 15 and attain the third primary objective of the Convention: fair and equitable benefit-sharing from the use of genetic resources.
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