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- Challenges of biological resource center after the entry into force of the Nagoya protocol = 나고야의정서 발효에 따른 생물자원센터의 과제
- J Lee; Tae Eun Jin
- Bibliographic Citation
- Journal of Environmental Policy and Administration, vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 161-182
- Publication Year
- After the entry into force of the Nagoya Protocol on 12 October 2014, it is necessary
for a g enetic r esource a ccess p ermission(Prior I nformed C onsent) a nd a b enefit-sharing
contract(Mutually Agreed Terms). It affects biotechnological research and industry which
utilize biological resource as a key-source. The biological resource center(BRC) carry out the
collection and distribution of biological resources as a typical ex-situ conservation institution.
It is faced with new circumstance by the entry into force of the Nagoya Protocol. In this study,
we review previous efforts of BRCs to comply biological resources related circumstances.
In addition, we study the registered collections in the EU regulation for the Nagoya Protocol
implementation. Finally, we suggest measures for providing legal clearness and certainty for
BRCs. It can be a cornerstone of domestic bioindustry development.
- Convention on Biological Diversity(CBD); Nagoya Protocol, Access and Benefit-Sharing(ABS); Biological Resource Center(BRC); Registered Collection
- South Korea
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