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Title Biodiversity conservation through access and benefit sharing (ABS) : Himalayas and Indian sub-continent / Oommen V. Oommen, K.P. Laladhas, Prakash Nelliyat, Balakrishna Pisupati, editors
Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2022]


Description 1 online resource (xxvii, 370 pages) : illustrations
Contents Chapter 1. Convention on Biological Diversity, Lessons from its Three Decades Journey -- Chapter 2. Implementation of the Nagoya Protocol in India: Experiences, Challenges and Learnings -- Chapter 3. Achievements in Indias ABS Mechanism -- Chapter 4. Statutory and Obligatory Responsibilities of State Biodiversity Boards for the Conservation of Indigenous Biodiversity and ABS -- Chapter 5. ABS of Biological Resources and associated Traditional knowledge: A Multi -tiered Responsibility" -- Chapter 6. Intellectual Property Right (IPR) and ABS: Need for Universal Accountability and Monitoring -- Chapter 7. Traditional Knowledge (TK) and ABS in the context of Himalayan States -- Chapter 8. ABS in Indigenous knowledge Stewardship and Sustainable Development -- Chapter 9. Access and Benefit Sharing; Agro-biodiversity and Farmers rights on seeds- The case of indigenous rice varieties of Wayanad, Kerala, India -- Chapter 10. Insects and ABS -- Chapter 11. Access and Benefit Sharing, Marine Genetic Resources and Aquaculture:The Indian Scenario in Blue Economy Paradigms -- Chapter 12. A revisit to Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) with reference to Aquatic Bio-resources -- Chapter 13. Strengthening ABS Implementation in India -- Chapter 14. Biological Diversity Act and Enforcement Challenges in India -- Chapter 15. Is ABS an Innovative Financial Mechanism for Biodiversity Conservation -- Chapter 16. The Economics of Ecosystem and Biodiversity (TEEB) in ABS perspective -- Chapter 17. Institutions and incentives to facilitate Indigenous and local people participation in the ABS regime in India -- Chapter 18. ABS; Scope of Indian Medicinal Plants -- Chapter 19. Biological Diversity Act versus other Environmental laws in India -- Chapter 20. The Need for a Nagoya Protocol Plus
Summary This book deals with the economic potentials of biodiversity and its capacity to support its own conservation aiming to provide livelihood for millions engaged in conservation, both now and for future generations. The book highlights the potentials of natural resources which are characterized as capital wealth (as defined in Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)), to finance its own conservation and to provide livelihood means to people who conserve it. The book is divided into five Parts. PART I explains about the Premise of Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS), PART II describes about the Technology Transfer, PART III will provide details about the Access to Genetic Resources and to Associated Traditional Knowledge and Benefit Sharing PART IV is the Implementation of ABS Mechanisms and PART V is about ABS and Its Economics. This book will be of interest to biodiversity policy makers, administrators, university and college students, researchers, biodiversity conservationists
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 30, 2023)
Subject Biodiversity -- India
Biodiversity -- Himalaya Mountains Region
Conservation biology -- India
Conservation biology -- Himalaya Mountains Region
Conservation biology.
Himalaya Mountains Region.
Form Electronic book
Author Oommen, Oommen V., editor.
Laladhas, K. P., editor.
Nelliyat, Prakash, editor.
Pisupati, Balakrishna, editor.
ISBN 9783031161865