By Brendan Coolsaet
The adoption of the Nagoya Protocol on entry and Benefit-sharing to the conference on organic range in 2010 is a huge landmark for the worldwide governance of genetic assets and conventional wisdom. the way will probably be translated into perform will notwithstanding rely on the concrete implementation in nationwide kingdom laws internationally. Implementing the Nagoya Protocol compares latest ABS regimes in ten eu nations, together with one non-EU member and one ecu candidate nation, and severely explores a number of cross-cutting matters on the topic of the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol within the ecu. amassing essentially the most specialist and greatly acclaimed specialists in ABS concerns, this e-book takes an important step in the direction of filling a spot within the tremendous physique of literature on nationwide and neighborhood implementation of worldwide commitments concerning ABS and conventional wisdom.
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The implementation of the EU Regulation on ABS is offering a unique opportunity for the reassessment of the national legislative framework in European and non-EU countries, and this collective volume aims to shed light on this heterogeneity from an academic perspective. The first part of the book, “Access and Benefit-sharing Regimes in Europe,” provides detailed case-studies of ABS frameworks in selected European coun tries (including non-EU countries, like Norway and Turkey). Drafted by national ABS experts, these country case-studies were conducted on the basis of the following common research questions: (1) Legal status of genetic resources and traditional knowledge: Under cur rently applicable law, what is the legal status of genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge in your country?
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