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GLOBAL ACTION FOR BIODIVERSITY: AN INTERNATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR
 IMPLEMENTING THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY         1997
by
Timothy Swanson

1.  An introduction to global biodiversity and its regulation:
    an issue at the core of the environment and development debate

2.  The fundamental causes of biodiversity's decline: a 
    bio-economic model

3.  Biodiversity conservation and global development: Is it possible
    to reconcile the two?

4.  Regulating global biodiversity: channelling diversity's values
    to developing countries

5.  The biodiversity convention: a meeting of the minds?

6.  The institutions required for effective biodiversity conservation:
    the general principles underlying effective conservation

7.  Contracting for biodiversity: transferring development rights 
    across international boundaries

8.  International regulation of the wildlife trade: rent appropriation
    and biodiversity conservation

9.  Biodiversity conservation and intellectual property rights: 
    capturing information's values

10. The conclusion of the biodiversity convention: and a future
    for biodiversity?

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