BEST Workshop on National Biodiversity - Law Enforcement
Landmark deal to give Khoi and San benefit-sharing levy in Rooibos
Ethical Trade In Natural Products Based On Traditional Knowledge
The Nagoya Protocol five years into play: key points of attention when working with genetic resources
Corporate control of seeds hurts Africa
Patents on plants: Is the sellout of genes a threat to farmers and global food security?
Indigenous Maize: Who Owns the Rights to Mexico’s ‘Wonder’ Plant?
Namibia makes strides towards sustainable use of genetic resources
Draft law to combat illegal export of genetic resources
The business of biodiversity
Namibia: Schroeder On NP Compliance Committee
The Divya Pharmacy case: an important precedent on biological resource use
Science with borders: A debate over genetic sequences and national rights threatens to inhibit research
Access and Benefit Sharing of Bio resources in J&K The Unfinished Agenda
Forests with benefits: Why companies must pay forest communities for wild resources
FEATURE-Battling 'biopiracy', scientists catalog the Amazon's genetic wealth
Gene drives could end malaria. And they just escaped a UN ban.
Palau ratifies Nagoya Protocol to safeguard its biodiversity
Biologists raise alarm over changes to biopiracy rules
Proposed changes to Nagoya Protocol may protect countries’ rights to their biological wealth, but shortchange research
Plan to amend biopiracy rules would ‘smother research,’ biologists warn
US Paper At WIPO Raises Economic Concerns Of Proposals On Patents And Genetic Resources
Half of all patents for genes from marine species owned by one company
Patenting marine genetic resources: Who owns ocean biodiversity?
Malaysia: Guardians Of The (Bio-Resources) Galaxy