New TWN Book on Nagoya Protocol Negotiations

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The Third World Network (TWN) has released the second edition of “The Road to an Anti-Biopiracy Agreement: The Negotiations Under the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity“. Comprised of a series of reports and articles, the book provides detailed descriptions and analyses of the 14 sets of negotiations since 2004 that led to the adoption of the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing in 2010. It also provides initial analysis of the potential of the Nagoya Protocol to stop and prevent biopiracy of biological resources and traditional knowledge and to contribute to the fair and equitable sharing of benefits and the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.

29 June 2011

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