ISEE Montreal 2004 conference will explore the scientific basis for modelling, regulation and management of international and 

interdisciplinary problems affecting climate change and biodiversity loss.

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Theme Paper Title Author(s) Format Origin
Biodiversity conservation: Access and benefit sharing "Biodiversity, Conservation: Access and Benefit Sharing" Bernd Siebenhuener | Carmen Richerzhagen | Tom Dedeurwaerdere | Eric Brousseau | Hélène Ibert Symposium Title "GELENA Research Group, School of Computing Science, Business Administration, Economics and Law, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany | University of Bonn, Germany | Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium | Universite de Paris X, France | IAMM, France
Biodiversity conservation: Access and benefit sharing Fair and equitable benefit sharing: the importance and design of effective measures in user countries Carmen Richerzhagen Symposium "University of Bonn, Germany"
Biodiversity conservation: Access and benefit sharing Bioprospection: From the Economics of Contracts to Reflexive Governance Tom Dedeurwaerdere Symposium "Centre for Philosophy of Law, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium"
Biodiversity conservation: Access and benefit sharing A New Institutional Perspective on the Implementation of the Convention on Biodiversity Eric Brousseau Symposium "Université de Paris X and Institut Universitaire de France, France"
Biodiversity conservation: Access and benefit sharing Learning to Implement the Access-and-Benefit Sharing Provisions of the CBD Bernd Siebenhuener | Jessica Suplie Symposium "GELENA Research Group, School of Computing Science, Business Administration, Economics and Law, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany"
Biodiversity conservation: Access and benefit sharing "Global access, local benefits" Katheryn Garforth Symposium "McGill University, CISDL, Faculty of Law, Canada"