Presenter, “The North-South Divide regarding Intellectual Property, Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge and the Implications for Food Security: A Focus on Indigenous People and Farmers’ Rights”, Paper Presented at the American Association of Geographers (AAG) Annual Conference held in Boston, April 9, 2017
Indigenous Knowledge and Development
(Sponsored by Environmnetal Perception and Behavioral Geography Specialty Group, Indigenous Peoples Specialty Group)
Room: Room 109, Hynes, Plaza Level (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): RDK Herman, National Museum of the
CHAIR(S): Paolo Davide Farah, West Virginia University
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