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 Biodiversity Conservation, Law and Livelihoods
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Biodiversity Conservation, Law and Livelihoods

Bridging the North-South Divide

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Inhoudsopgave:
Acknowledgments ix
Message from Kofi A. Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations xi
Macquarie Statement xiii
Contributors xv
Introduction 1(8)
Michael I. Jeffery
Jeremy Firestone
Karen Bubna-Litic
PART ONE. THE CONTEXT
Environmental Law Forty Years Later: Looking Back and Looking Ahead
9(17)
Joseph L. Sax
Biodiversity and International Law: Historical Perspectives and Present Challenges: Where Do We Come From, Where Are We Going?
26(17)
Francoise Burhenne-Guilmin
Some Observations on the IUCN, the Earth Charter, and Global Governance
43(6)
Brendan Mackey
The Changing Role of Law in the Pursuit of Sustainability
49(20)
Paul Martin
PART TWO. BIODIVERSITY: ITS CONSERVATION
Section A. Needs, Problems, Prerequisites
Biodiversity Conservation in the Context of Sustainable Human Development: A Call to Action
69(25)
Michael I. Jeffery
Legal and Paralegal Rules for Biodiversity Conservation: A Sequenc of Conceptual, Linguistic, and Legal Problems
94(38)
D. E. Fisher
Future Directions in Conservation of Biological Diversity: An Interdisciplinary Approach
132(23)
Abdul Haseeb Ansari
Section B. Implementation of the CBD
Experience, Mistakes, and Challenges: The Implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity in Brazil
155(26)
Jose Rubens Morato-Leite
Heline Sivini Ferreira
Patryck de Araujo Ayala
Section C. National and Regional Legal and Institutional Tools and Regimes
EC Law and Biodiversity
181(12)
Nicholas de Sadeleer
Community-Based Biodiversity Conservation in the Pacific: Cautionary Lessons in ``Regionalising`` Environmental Governance
193(34)
Justin Rose
PART THREE. CONSERVATION MEASURES
Section A. Area-Based Measures
The Recent NSW Experience, from Regional Forest Agreements to Brigalow and the Introduction of the Community Conservation Area
227(6)
R. J. Debus
Local People`s Perceptions and Attitudes towards the Management of Nech-Sar National Park, Ethiopia
233(18)
Desalegn Wana
Japanese MPAs at a Turning Point: Nomination of Shiretoko for World Heritage Status
251(14)
Yasuhiko Kagami
Section B. Species-Based Measures
Ten Years of Threatened Species Legislation in NSW - What Are the Lessons?
265(15)
Karen Bubna-Litic
Sanctuaries, Protected Species, and Politics - How Effective Is Australia at Protecting Its Marine Biodiversity under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999?
280(26)
Ilona Miller
Jessica Wood
Legal Stewardship of Mountain Regions: The Emerging Ecoregime
306(23)
Nicholas A. Robinson
PART FOUR. USES OF COMPONENTS OF BIODIVERSITY
Legal Framework for the Ecological and Biodiversity Needs of Soil: Progress towards an International Instrument for the Sustainable Use of Soil
329(18)
Ian Hannam
The Ghanaian Forestry Regime: Bridging the Gap between the North and the South
347(11)
George A. Sarpong
Bridging the Dominant-Indigenous Peoples Cultural Divide: Reflections on Makah Whaling
358(25)
Jeremy Firestone
Jonathan Lilley
PART FIVE. PROCESSES AFFECTING BIODIVERSITY
Section A. Global Warming
Biodiversity and Climate Change Laws: A Failure to Communicate?
383(17)
David R. Hodas
Emissions Trading: A Fantasy for China to Combat Global Warming?
400(23)
Bo Miao
Section B. Land Management
A Brief Historical Comparison of the Public Land Disposal Policies in Brazil and in the United States
423(18)
Arlindo Daibert
Protecting Ecological Functions: Ecological Function Zoning and Conservation Zones in the PRC
441(14)
Qun Du
The Successful Ecograss Project and the Policy and Legal Issues Met and Solved
455(10)
Na Li
Liu Yanchun
Zhang Hui
PART SIX. BIOSECURITY ISSUES
Section A. Invasive Species
Prevention and Control of Alien Invasive Species - China`s Implementation of the CBD
465(20)
Yuhong Zhao
Section B. Genetically Modified Organisms
Who Is to Blame? Liability and Redress Related to GMOs
485(15)
Loretta Feris
The Reality and Effect of ``Advance Informed Agreement`` under the Cartagena Protocol
500(29)
Rosemary Lyster
PART SEVEN. ACCESS AND BENEFIT-SHARING
Section A. The Situation in Antarctica
Access, Obligations, and Benefits: Regulating Bioprospecting in the Antarctic
529(24)
Alan D. Hemmings
Michelle Rogan-Finnemore
Section B. Indigenous Intellectual and Cultural Property Rights
Biotechnological Innovations, Genetic Resources, and Traditional Knowledge: Current Developments at the World Intellectual Property Organization
553(26)
Burton Ong
Sharing All the Benefits: The Challenge of Legal Recognition of Indigenous Intellectual and Cultural Property Rights in the Fiji Islands
579(14)
Pio E. Manoa
Isoa Korovulavula
Index 593
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