It has been 30 years since the Convention on Biological Diversity was adopted at the Rio Summit and 20 since the Biological Diversity Act was enacted in India. Both aimed to conserve biological diversity, use it sustainably and ensure that the benefits arising from its use are shared fairly and equitably with the people who have protected the biodiversity. On the ground, both have not protected biodiversity. Down To Earth brings together a panel of experts to understand, question and discuss the problem.
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|May 20-22, 2022
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By: Vibha Varshney
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Centre for Science and Environment and Editor, Down To Earth
Senior Associate Editor
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|CHANDRA BHAL SINGH
petitioned National Green Tribunal for implementation of Biological Diversity Act 2002.
former Indian Forest Service official
chair, People's Biodiversity Register Quality Monitoring Team, Haryana.
member of Kani tribe who shared the knowledge about health benefits of arogyapacha with researchers in 1987
Advisory Committee Member
Kerala Kani Community Welfare Trust
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