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RE: Relevance of ABS

I'm a BS Development Communication student, major in Science Communication

RE: Relevance of ABS

to focus our discussion, for a science communication student, it could be of relevance to determine an effective modality on how to relay the costs and benefits of ABS to a targeted non-expert aud...

RE: Relevance of ABS

Hi clvt!

May we know what course/field of study are you taking?


RE: ABS in Southeast Asia

I agree with kongchay that ABS plays a key role to open a modern conservation window. On the theoretical side, I also believe ABS creates mutual collaboration and incentive for conservation and su...

RE: ABS in Southeast Asia

If talking about how relevant is ABS in biodiversity conservation, I think it is definitely relevant. This is because conservation will not be meet the demand of sustainable means without concerne...

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The UNEP-GEF Project "Building Capacity for Regionally Harmonized National Processes for Implementing CBD Provisions on Access to Genetic Resources and Sharing of Benefits" is a strategic regional project that will build the capacities of government agencies and stakeholders in the many dimensions of access and benefit-sharing.

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Country ABS Info



Thailand signed the Nagoya Protocol in January 2012. A new regulation on access and benefit sharing, in accordance with the ABS principle of the CBD, was recently approved in 2011, and can be used as a framework for those agencies that do not have any specific criteria on access to biological resources.



APN Project

ACB, in partnership with the Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) through the CAPaBLE Programme, conducted an ASEAN training workshop on building capacities to enhance understanding of the policy, mechanisms and implementation of the CBD's third objective on access to genetic resources and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from their utilization (ABS) and in preparation of the Nagoya Protocol. The workshop involved ABS National Focal Points, academia, scientists, researchers, lawyers, policy makers and representatives from industry, indigenous and local communities, and NGOs.

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