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Title: Fair Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge for Rural Livelihood Security: Exploring Appropriate Policies and Laws in Rapidly Changing China
Authors: Song, Yiching
Huang, Jikun
Keywords: CHINA
CHINA--GUANGXI
GENETIC RESOURCES
BIODIVERSITY
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
AGRICULTURAL INNOVATION
PLANT BREEDING
ORGANIC AGRICULTURE
AGRICULTURAL POLICY
RURAL COMMUNITIES
Date: 2011
Abstract: Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) related regulations and policies have been further explored through close collaboration with policy actors i.e. individuals and institutions under Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Environment Protection (MOEP) and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS). In Guangxi, more in-depth farmer (vs. formal) collaboration and linkage activities and mechanisms have been carried out, while at the SW China level the focus is on Participatory Plant Breeding (PPB) scaling up for mainstreaming and institutionalization. On the national and international level the focus is mainly on exchange and policy suggestions, with advocacy in some workshops and conferences.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/50347
Project Number: 104283
Project Title: Fair Access to and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources : National Policy Development (China, Jordan, Nepal, Peru)
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