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This entry will discuss the widespread diffusion of the concept of fair and equitable benefit-sharing in different areas of international environmental law (notably, but not limited to, biodiversity) and its linkages with international human rights law. It will then suggest that notwithstanding different articulations of benefit-sharing in different areas of international law, a common normative core can be identified on the basis of converging interpretative materials. The entry will conclude by discussing the status of fair and equitable benefit-sharing in international law and identifying outstanding research questions.
|Title of host publication||Principles of Environmental Law|
|Editors||Ludwig Kramer, Emanuela Orlando|
|Place of Publication||[Cheltenham]|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Jul 2018|
- benefit sharing
- human rights
- indigenous peoples
Indigenous peoples' rights to natural resources in Argentina: the challenges of impact assessment, consent and fair and equitable benefit-sharing in cases of lithium miningMarchegiani, P., Morgera, E. & Parks, L., 19 Sep 2019, (Accepted/In press) In: International Journal of Human Rights. 24, 2-3, p. 224-240 17 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Fair and equitable benefit-sharing in a new treaty on marine biodiversity: a principled approach towards partnership building?Morgera, E., 3 Dec 2018, In: Maritime Safety and Security Law Journal. 5, p. 48-77 30 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile