Analyse des cadres juridiques des aires marines protégées des pays ouest africains

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India’s Coastal Regulation Zone Notification 2011-Tipping the Scales Towards Environmental Sustainability?

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Regulating Mining in South Africa and Zimbabwe: Communities, the Environment and Perpetual Exploitation

Tumai Murombo

     

Integrating Climate Change Factors within China’s Environmental Impact Assessment Legislation: New Challenges and Developments

Xiangbai He

     

Implementing ‘Mutually Supportive’ Access and Benefit Sharing Mechanisms Under the Plant Treaty, Convention on Biological Diversity, and Nagoya Protocol

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Introduction

John B. Kleba and Dwijen Rangnekar

   

An Introduction to the International ABS Regime and a Comment on its Transposition by the EU

Evanson Chege Kamau and Gerd Winter

 

Disentangling Rights to Genetic Resources Illustrated by Aquaculture and Forest Sectors

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Bridging the Nagoya Compliance Gap: The Fundamental Role of Customary Law in Protection of Indigenous Peoples’ Resource and Knowledge Rights

Brendan M. Tobin

 

Traditional Knowledge and Benefit Sharing After the Nagoya Protocol: Three Cases from South Africa

Roger Chennells

 

The Nagoya Protocol and Customary Law: The Paradox of Narratives in the Law

Saskia Vermeylen

 

Epistemic Selectivities and the Valorisation of Nature: The Cases of the Nagoya Protocol and the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)

Ulrich Brand and Alice B.M. Vadrot

 

Fair Biodiversity Politics With and Beyond Rawls

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Towards a Fair and Equitable ABS Regime: Is Nagoya Leading us in the Right Direction?

Bram De Jonge

 
   

The Nagoya Protocol – Justice in the Making?

Doris Schroeder

 

Transboundary Resources, Consent and Customary Law

Graham Dutfield

 

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