Palau ratifies Nagoya Protocol to safeguard its biodiversity

KOROR, 24 AUGUST 2018 (UN ENVIRONMENT) – If a scientist or a company collects biological specimens in another country, takes them back to their country, conducts research and later makes millions by creating products using those genetic resources – that’s stealing. The practice is known as bioprospecting. The Nagoya Protocol ensures that the benefits arising […]

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