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050  4 QH541.15.B56.B56 2005 
100 1  Bérard, Laurence 
245 10 Biodiversity and Local Ecological Knowledge in France 
264  1 Versailles :|bQuae,|c2006 
264  4 |c©2005 
300    1 online resource (278 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Access to the Benefits of Sharing -- 
       Feeding International Debates -- General Introduction -- 
       From the Local Levelto Indigenousness: Recognizing 
       Cultural Diversity -- Introduction -- Heritage, Culture 
       and Identity -- Building the Local Level in France -- Can 
       all Heritage be Institutionalized? The Example of Cock-
       Fighting -- Intangible Heritage: The Transmission Filters 
       -- The Terroir, a Concept with MultipleMeanings -- The 
       Terroir, a Tool for the Recognition of Farming Knowledge 
       in Africa -- Acknowledging Indigenousness -- Indigenous 
       Communities and Peoples -- Article 8(j) of the CBD: A 
       Pragmatic Application -- Respecting Indigenous Customs or 
       Creating a Republican Form of Exclusion -- Protection of 
       the Intellectual Property Rights of Indigenous Communities
       -- The National Park in French Guiana:Heritage, Territory 
       and Identity at Stake -- "We are seeking the restitution 
       of the components of our identityand the rights related to
       it" -- Local Communities and Indigenousness: The Danger of
       Unsuitable Concepts in Cameroon -- Conservation:
       Inventorying,Understandingand Acting -- Introduction -- 
       From Genetic Resources to Ecosystems, via Micro-organisms 
       -- The Challenge of Conserving Local Practices, Knowledge,
       and the Living World -- The BRG (Genetic Resources Board) 
       -- Local Vegetable Varieties: Heritagein Evolution -- The 
       Conservation of Livestock Breeds -- The Institut de 
       l'Élevage (French Livestock Institute) -- RESOMIL: 
       Conserving and PromotingMicrobial Resources -- 
       Agroforestry and Bocage Systems, Local Knowledge and 
       Biodiversity -- Multiple Stakeholders -- The Midi-Pyrénées
       CPBR (Conservatory for Regional Biological Heritage) -- 
       The Nord-Pas-de-Calais CRRG (Regional Center for Genetic 
       Resources) -- The CBN (National Botanical Conservatories) 
       -- The Conservatoires d'Espaces Naturels(Natural Areas 
       Conservatories) 
505 8  The Yam Conservatory -- The Salagon Ethnobotanical Gardens
       : Between Cultural Heritage and Botanical Conservation -- 
       Les Croqueurs de Pommes (Apple Munchers Association) -- 
       AFCEV (French Association for the Conservation of Plant 
       Species) -- Innovative Approaches -- Conserving and 
       Developing Crop Biodiversity -- The Réseau Semences 
       Paysannes (Farming Seed Network) -- The Results of 
       Conservation: The Cévennes National Park -- Local 
       Knowledge in NatureManagement Schemes -- Promotion: 
       Exploiting Sites and Heritage -- Introduction -- The 
       Protection of GeographicalIndications -- The Birth of a 
       Protection and Promotion Policy: the INAO Experience -- 
       Taking Local Knowledge into Accountin the AOC System -- 
       AOC Piment d'Espelette -- Obtaining PGI Status for Salt 
       from the Ile de Ré Salt Marsh -- AOC Pré Salé Lamb: A 
       Driving Force for the Preservation of a Fragile Habitat --
       Heritage Initiatives of a more Informal Nature -- Heritage
       Production: Between Naturalization and Excessive 
       Historicity -- Parc Naturel Régional: The Trademark -- 
       Sites Remarquables du Goût: The Trademark -- Local 
       Ecological Knowledge: A Global Issue -- Sites Remarquables
       du Goût: The Trademark -- Slow Food: Protecting and 
       Promoting Taste -- Positive Consequences and Uncertainties
       -- Economic Aspects of Geographical Indications -- AOC 
       Comté -- Exploiting Traditional Medicinal Knowledge in 
       France -- Bois Jaune and Tisaneurs: The Application of 
       Article 8(j) in an Overseas Department -- Growing Interest
       fromOther Countries -- International Protection of GIs: 
       Challenges and Opportunities for Southern Countries -- The
       INAO and Cooperation -- General Conclusion -- Postface -- 
       Local Ecological Knowledge and Practice: An Original 
       Approach in France -- The French Model for Protecting 
       Traditional Knowledge: Innovation, Creativity and 
       Challenge -- Endnotes -- Glossary -- General Bibliography 
       -- Acronyms 
505 8  Authors' Addresses 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
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650  0 Biodiversity -- France.;Ecology -- France 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Cegarra, Marie 
700 1  Djama, Marcel 
700 1  Louafi, Sélim 
700 1  Roussel, Bernard 
700 1  Marchenay, Philippe 
700 1  Verdeaux, François 
700 1  Kiff, Anna 
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