The Future Control of Food: A Guide to International Negotiations and Rules on Intellectual Property, Biodiversity, and Food Security

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Index
AATF (African Agricultural Technology Foundation) 193–194
Abbott, Fred 205
ABIA (American Bioindustry Alliance) 104, 199
ABS Working Group 101–102, 104
access and benefit sharing (ABS)
for food and agriculture 90, 91, 139 see also International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA); International Undertaking on Plant Genetic Resources (IU); seeds, access to
genetic resources 83–84, 86, 88–91, 202
harmonization 152, 153
for indigenous peoples 93, 94
information 99, 174, 194
national systems of 98, 100–101
and protection of TK and folklore 74–75
research on biodiversity 98
technology 84, 92, 94–95 see also ABS Working Group; seeds
ACRE (Advisory Committee on Releases to the Environment) 21
advertising 11, 19, 173
African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF) 193–194
African Group 60, 78, 101, 121, 205
views on patenting life forms 61, 63
African Union 46
Agosti, Donat 99
Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights see TRIPS (Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights)
agricultural biodiversity
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) 90, 95–97
ecosystem approach 139, 215, 216, 217
necessity for food security 3–4, 7–8, 94, 118, 137
threat from IPRs 175–176 see also International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA); PGRFA (plant genetic resources for food and agriculture); seeds
agricultural biotechnology see biotechnology industry
agrochemicals 20, 58–59 see also Roundup Ready technology
AIA (advance informed agreement) procedure 106, 107, 108, 109
AIPPI (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property) 32, 33
ambiguity 94, 208
American Bioindustry Alliance (ABIA) 104, 199
American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) 30
animal genetic diversity 4, 7, 176 animals
genetic resources for food and agriculture 95, 137, 138
health 6, 48, 106
patents 14, 20, 34, 60, 62, 63–64, 142–143
Apotex 204
apple trees 28
aquatic genetic resources 139
Argentina 44, 50, 105, 113, 190
ASSINSEL (International Association of Plant Breeders) 32–33, 34
ASTA (American Seed Trade Association) 30
Australia 63, 97, 100, 103, 105, 205
Austria 52
Aventis 175
Bacillus thuringiensis 29
bananas 189
Bayer 175
benefit sharing agreements 89–90, 91, 93, 98
Berne Convention (1886) 49, 52, 69, 70
BioForge 193
biological diversity see agricultural biodiversity; animal genetic diversity; Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
biopiracy 99, 146–149, 159
as a framing tool 203–205
biosafety, Cartagena Protocol 104–114, 201, 207
Biosafety Clearing-House (BCH) 107, 108, 113
BiOS (Biological Open Source) Initiative 193, 211
biotechnology clause (TRIPS Agreement) 59–65
biotechnology industry 6–7, 104, 163, 182, 184
corporate consolidation 8–9, 30, 43, 175, 176
ITPGRFA 121, 123, 132–133, 136–137
regulation of IPRs 21–22
research and development 186–187, 188, 189

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