Routledge-Cavendish research in intellectual property.
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chapter 1 Biodiversity, genetic resources and intellectual property / Charles Lawson 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 standardised 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 Gumbi Gumbi and other bush foods and medicines need specific indigenous knowledge protections / Daniel Robinson Margaret Raven 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 Drossos Stamboulakis.