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Bannister, K, 2005. “University Research on Traditional Medicines: Implications for Aboriginal Communities”. Paper presented at the Northern Workshop on Access and Benefit Sharing. Whitehorse. March 15-17.
Bannister, K. and K. Barrett, 2004. "Weighing the Proverbial 'Ounce of Prevention' Versus the 'Pound of Cure' in a Biocultural Context: A Role for the Precautionary Principle in Ethnobiological Research" in Ethnobotany and Conservation of Biocultural Diversity. Advances in Economic Botany 15: 307-339.
Bannister, K., 2004. "Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Plant Resources of the Secwepemc First Nation." In Mary Riley (ed.) Indigenous Intellectual Property Rights: Legal Obstacles and Innovative Solutions. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press, 279-308
McLay, E., K. Bannister, L. Joe, B. Thom, and G. Nicholas, 2003. Alhut te Sulhween "Respecting the Ancestors": The Hul'qumi'num Heritage Law Case Study. Report prepared for the Protection and Repatriation of First Nations Cultural Heritage Project.
Dobell, R., S. Boychuck, K. Bannister, A. Morgan, S. Harron and G. Schreiber, 2002. "The Clayoquot Alliance for Research, Education and Training" in A Decade of Change: Shaping the Future. Proceedings of the 10th Anniversary Conference of Coastal Communities. Port Alberni, BC: Coastal Community Network, 2002: 61-66.
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Bannister, K., 2002. "Ethnobotany and Bioprospecting: Biological and Cultural Impacts, Legal and Ethical Issues." Paper presented at the University of California Cross-Disciplinary Forum on Ecological Ethics. Davis, CA, April 2-4.
Boyd, D., 2002. "Reducing the Risk to Health and the Environment from Pesticides: A Submission for Strengthening Bill C-53." Brief presented to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Health. Victoria, POLIS Project on Ecological Governance.
Barrett, K. and K. Bannister, 2001. "Taking Communities Seriously: A Role for Community Knowledge in Environmental Decision-making." Panel session as part of the Taking Nature Seriously: Citizens, Science and the Environment Conference, Eugene, Oregon. Feb 25-27.
Bannister, K., and K. Barrett, 2001. "Challenging the Status Quo in Ethnobotany: A New Paradigm for Publication May Protect Cultural Knowledge and Traditional Resources." Cultural Survival Quarterly 24(4): 10-13