Plant genetic resources and food security : stakeholder perspectives on the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / edited by Christine Frison, Francisco Lopez and Jose T. Esquinas-Alcazar.  (Text) (Text)

Frison, Christine | Lopez, Francisco | Esquinas-Alcazar, J. T. (Jose T.)
Call no.: SB123.3 .P536 2011Series: Issues in agricultural biodiversity: Publication: London ; New York : Earthscan : FAO : Biodiversity International, 2011Description: xxxii, 321 p. : ill., mapNotes: Published by The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and Biodiversity International with Earthscan.ISBN: 9781849712064 (pbk.); 9789251064825 (pbk.); 9781849712057 (hardback); 9789251064825 (FAO)Subject(s): Germplasm resources, PlantCrops -- Germplasm resourcesFood crops -- Germplasm resourcesPlant genetic engineeringFood securityLOC classification: SB123.3 | .P536 2011
Contents:1. Introduction: a treaty to fight hunger - past negotiations, present situation and future challenges / Jose T. Esquinas-Alcazar, Christine Frison and Francisco Lopez -- Part I: Regional perspectives on the treaty -- 2. Overview of regional approaches: the negotiating process of the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agricultrue (appendix: chairman's elements) / Fernando Gerbasi -- 3. The African regional group: creating fair play between north and south / Tewolde Berhan Gebre Egziabher Matos and Godfrey Mwila -- 4. The Asian regional group / Eng Siang Lim -- 5. The European regional group: Europe's role and positions during the negotiations and early implementation of the international treaty / Bert Visser and Jan Borring -- 6. The Latin American and Caribbean regional group: a long and successful process for the protection, conservation and enhancing of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / Modesto Fernandez Diaz-Silveira -- 7. The near east regional group: centring the diversity for unlocking the genetic potential / Javad Mozafari Hashjin -- 8. The North American Group: globalization that works / Brad Fraleigh and Bryan L. Harvey -- 9. The South West Pacific Regional group: a view from the Pacific Island countries and territories / Mary Taylor -- Part II: Perspectives on the treaty by stakeholders in the world food chain -- 10. International non-governmental organizations: the hundred year (or so) seed war-seeds, sovereignty and civil society: a historical perspective on the evolution of 'the law of the seed' / Patrick Mooney -- 11. International research centres: the consultative group on international agricultural research and the international treaty / Gerald Moore and Emile Frison -- 12. The seed industry: plant breeding and the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / Anke van den Hurk -- 13. Farmers' communities: a reflection on the treaty from small farmers' perspectives / Wilhelmina R. Pelegrina and Renato Salazar -- 14. Gene bank curators: towards implementation of the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture by the Indian National Gene Bank / Shyam Kumar Sharma and Pratibha Brahmi -- 15. Plant breeders: the point of view of a plant breeder on the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / Jose I. Cubero -- 16. The global crop diviersity trust : an essential element of the treaty's funding strategy / Geoffrey Hawtin and Cary Fowler -- 17. Consumers: biodiversity is a common good / Cinzia Scaffidi -- Part III Experts' views on future challenges in implementing the treaty: trust and benefit-sharing as the key -- 18. Our heritage in our future-humankind's responsibility for food security / Cosima Hufler and Rene Lefeber -- 19. An innovative and transparent option for royalty payment under the treaty: implementating article 6.11 crop-related modality of the standard material transfer agreement / Carlos M. Correa -- 20. General conclusions: summary of stakeholders' view and suggestions to cope with the challenges in the implementation of the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / Christine Frison, Francisco Lopez and Jose T. Esquinas-Alcazar.
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Published by The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and Biodiversity International with Earthscan.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction: a treaty to fight hunger - past negotiations, present situation and future challenges / Jose T. Esquinas-Alcazar, Christine Frison and Francisco Lopez -- Part I: Regional perspectives on the treaty -- 2. Overview of regional approaches: the negotiating process of the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agricultrue (appendix: chairman's elements) / Fernando Gerbasi -- 3. The African regional group: creating fair play between north and south / Tewolde Berhan Gebre Egziabher Matos and Godfrey Mwila -- 4. The Asian regional group / Eng Siang Lim -- 5. The European regional group: Europe's role and positions during the negotiations and early implementation of the international treaty / Bert Visser and Jan Borring -- 6. The Latin American and Caribbean regional group: a long and successful process for the protection, conservation and enhancing of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / Modesto Fernandez Diaz-Silveira -- 7. The near east regional group: centring the diversity for unlocking the genetic potential / Javad Mozafari Hashjin -- 8. The North American Group: globalization that works / Brad Fraleigh and Bryan L. Harvey -- 9. The South West Pacific Regional group: a view from the Pacific Island countries and territories / Mary Taylor -- Part II: Perspectives on the treaty by stakeholders in the world food chain -- 10. International non-governmental organizations: the hundred year (or so) seed war-seeds, sovereignty and civil society: a historical perspective on the evolution of 'the law of the seed' / Patrick Mooney -- 11. International research centres: the consultative group on international agricultural research and the international treaty / Gerald Moore and Emile Frison -- 12. The seed industry: plant breeding and the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / Anke van den Hurk -- 13. Farmers' communities: a reflection on the treaty from small farmers' perspectives / Wilhelmina R. Pelegrina and Renato Salazar -- 14. Gene bank curators: towards implementation of the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture by the Indian National Gene Bank / Shyam Kumar Sharma and Pratibha Brahmi -- 15. Plant breeders: the point of view of a plant breeder on the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / Jose I. Cubero -- 16. The global crop diviersity trust : an essential element of the treaty's funding strategy / Geoffrey Hawtin and Cary Fowler -- 17. Consumers: biodiversity is a common good / Cinzia Scaffidi -- Part III Experts' views on future challenges in implementing the treaty: trust and benefit-sharing as the key -- 18. Our heritage in our future-humankind's responsibility for food security / Cosima Hufler and Rene Lefeber -- 19. An innovative and transparent option for royalty payment under the treaty: implementating article 6.11 crop-related modality of the standard material transfer agreement / Carlos M. Correa -- 20. General conclusions: summary of stakeholders' view and suggestions to cope with the challenges in the implementation of the international treaty on plant genetic resources for food and agriculture / Christine Frison, Francisco Lopez and Jose T. Esquinas-Alcazar.

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