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    the notion of the consumer [1]
    the principles of effectiveness and efficiency [1]
    The production of medicines, pharmaceutical and herbal, involves the sourcing of both genetic resources in the natural environment, and local knowledge. Sourcing substances for medicines in the natural environment is known as biodiversity prospecting or bioprospecting. To ensure that benefits resulting from medicinal bioprospecting are brought to those ultimately bearing the costs of conservation and sustainable use, there must be a focus on indigenous peoples rights particularly property rights, whether to land, genetic material, intellectual property, or traditional medicinal knowledge. This study considers the importance of access and benefit-sharing agreements as incentives for biodiversity protection. It analyses the meaning of the objectives set by the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) for its implementation, examines selected domestic access and benefit-sharing measures and industry practices and, finally, evaluates the discussions taking place in international fora regarding the Convention and its principles. Finally, it attempts to make recommendations on how to realize the objective of the Convention for fair and equitable benefit-sharing, focusing on enhanced protection of indigenous peoples rights. [1]
    the weak consumer [1]
    the ‘common’ [1]
    theoretical framework [1]
    Theories of international law [1]
    theories of justice [1]
    Theories of Knowledge [1]
    Theories of Law [8]
    Theories of War [1]
    Theory of competition [1]
    Therapeutic jurisprudence [1]
    third country nationals [1]
    Third parties (Law) [1]
    third party certification [1]
    Third Pillar [1]
    Third World [1]
    Third-country nationals [1]
    Three-dimensional printing -- Law and legislation. [1]