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Presentations for Program: The Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it and why should botanists care?

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Wednesday, August 4th · 1:00 pm to 4:15 pm · Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)
Session 50: Symposium: The Convention on Biological Diversity: What is it, and why should botanists care
Presider: R Geeta, State University of New York
August 4th
1:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Introduction
50-1August 4th
1:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)The CBD for BotanistsSymposiumDavis, Kate, Williams, China.Convention on Biological Diversity
access to genetic resources
50-2August 4th
1:45 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)The CBD and bioprospecting: Linking drug discovery with sustainable development and conservation in PanamaSymposiumKursar, Thomas A., Coley, Phyllis.bioprospecting
sustainable development
August 4th
2:15 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Break
50-3August 4th
2:30 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)The CBD and integrative community-based conservation: insights from Ranomafana National Park MadagascarSymposiumHolmes, Christopher.Madagascar
Ranomafana National Park
Community-based Conservation
50-4August 4th
3:00 pm
Wasatch (Cliff Lodge)Life in the negotiating trenches: Permits, certificates of origin/provenance/source and other things that go bump in the nightSymposiumHirsch, Leonard P..

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