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

Morten Walløe Tvedt

     

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

John Bernhard Kleba

     

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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