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Biodiversity, Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property: Developments in Access and Benefit Sharing (eBook)

Edited by: Kamalesh Adhikari, Charles Lawson

ISBN13: 9781351580335
Published: March 2018
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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Debates about Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) have moved on in recent years. An initial focus on the legal obligations established by international agreements like the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity and the form of obligations for collecting physical biological materials have now moved to a far more complex series of disputes and challenges about the ways ABS should be implemented and enforced: repatriation of resources, technology transfer, traditional knowledge and cultural expressions; open access to information and knowledge, naming conventions, farmers’ rights, new schemes for accessing pandemic viruses and sharing DNA sequences, and so on. Unfortunately, most of this debate is now crystallised into apparently intractable discussions such as implementing the certificates of origin, recognising traditional knowledge and traditional cultural expression as a form of intellectual property, and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples. Not everything in this new marketplace of ABS has been created de novo. Like most new entrants, ABS has disrupted existing legal and governance arrangements. This collection of chapters examines what is new, what has been changed, and what might be changed in response to the growing acceptance and prevalence of ABS of genetic resources.

Developments in Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources addresses current issues arising from recent developments in the enduring and topical debates about managing genetic resources through the ABS regime. The book explores key historical, doctrinal, and theoretical issues in the field, at the same time developing new ideas and perspectives around ABS. It shows the latest state of knowledge and will be of interest to researchers, academics, policymakers, and students in the fields of intellectual property, governance, biodiversity and conservation, sustainable development, and agriculture,

Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law, eBooks
Contents:
Chapter 1: Biodiversity, Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property
Charles Lawson and Kamalesh Adhikari
Chapter 2: Reconceptualising Access: Moving Beyond the Limits of International Biodiversity Laws
Kamalesh Adhikari
Chapter 3: Aligning Means and Ends to Benefit Indigenous Peoples under the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Nagoya Protocol
Edwin Bikundo
Chapter 4: Banking on a Patent Solution for Sharing Antarctica’s Ex Situ Genetic Resources
Fran Humphries
Chapter 5: Nomenclature as a Standardized Metadata System for Ordering and Accessing Information about Plants
Charles Lawson
Chapter 6: Free Prior Informed Consent - Mere Politics or Meaningful Change?
Paul Martin
Chapter 7: The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Sustainable Development: Access to Genetic Resources, Informed Consent, and Benefit Sharing
Matthew Rimmer
Chapter 8: The Limits of ABS Laws: Why Gumby Gumby and other Bush Foods and Medicines need specific Indigenous Knowledge Protections
Daniel Robinson, Margaret Raven and John Hunter
Chapter 9: Reshaping the International Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit Sharing Process? Overcoming Resistance to Change and Correction
Manuel Ruiz Muller
Chapter 10: Certified ABS: The Union for Ethical BioTrade and the use of trade and certification marks to encourage and facilitate behaviour change
Jay Sanderson, Leanne Wiseman and Drossos Stamboulakis