13 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 645 (2006)
The objective of this Note is to use global themes and perspectives to aid in reframing the bioprospecting debate. The current state of this debate, its problems, and proposed solutions are reviewed. In looking at the impact of local responses to globalization on bioprospecting themes, I propose that more internationally competitive laws could allow an escape from some of the undesired effects of bioprospecting, while promoting more desired effects. I also suggest, independently, that undesired effects could be avoided and desired effects promoted through methods that seek to recognize the global identity of concerned citizens.
Warner, Jonathan B.
"Using Global Themes to Reframe the Bioprospecting Debate,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies:
2, Article 13.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol13/iss2/13