Biodiversity Conservation: Whose Resource? Whose Knowledge?
Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, 1994 - Biodiversity - 315 pages
This book is a remarkably informative anthology edited by one of the world's most well informed thinkers on biodiversity, Vandana Shiva. The book has articles by leading Indian conservations on agricultural knowledge, GATT, IPRs, Biodiversity Convention, Bioprospecting and Biosafety.
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