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Implementing the Nagoya Protocol: Comparing Access and Benefit-sharing Regimes in Europe

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Edited by: Brendan Coolsaet

ISBN13: 9789004293205
Published: April 2015
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £128.00



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The adoption of the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-sharing to the Convention on Biological Diversity in 2010 is a major landmark for the global governance of genetic resources and traditional knowledge. The way in which it will be translated into practice will however depend on the concrete implementation in national country legislation across the world.

Implementing the Nagoya Protocol compares existing ABS regimes in ten European countries, including one non-EU member and one EU candidate country, and critically explores several cross-cutting issues related to the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol in the EU. Gathering some of the most professional and widely acclaimed experts in ABS issues, this book takes a major step towards filling a gap in the vast body of literature on national and regional implementation of global commitments regarding ABS and traditional knowledge.

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Subjects:
Environmental Law
Contents:
List of Contributors
Acronyms
Preface
Janez Potočnik, European Commissioner for the Environment (2010-2014)
Acknowledgements
Introduction. Access and Benefit-sharing & the Nagoya Protocol: The Confluence of Abiding Legal Doctrines
Arianna Broggiato, Tom Dedeurwaerdere, Fulya Batur and Brendan Coolsaet

PART I – ACCESS AND BENEFIT-SHARING REGIMES IN EUROPE
Chapter 1. Genetic Resources in a Multi-layered Institutional Cake: The Regulation of Access and Benefit-sharing in Belgium
John Pitseys, Brendan Coolsaet, Fulya Batur, Tom Dedeurwaerdere and Arianna Broggiato
Chapter 2. The ABS Framework in Denmark
Veit Koester
Chapter 3. Commentary on the ABS Provisions of the Draft Biodiversity Law of France
Claudio Chiarolla
Chapter 4. Access and Benefit-sharing in Germany
Lily O. Rodríguez, Miriam Dross and Karin Holm-Mueller
Chapter 5. Legal Framework in Greece Regarding the ABS Regime, Implementation Gaps and Issues Requiring National and International Attention
Efpraxia-Aithra Maria and Georgia-Panagiota Limniou
Chapter 6. An Analysis of the ABS Regime in the Netherlands
Bert Visser, Bernd van der Meulen and Hanna Schebesta
Chapter 7. Norwegian Experiences with ABS
Morten Walløe Tvedt
Chapter 8. Analysis of the ABS Framework in the United Kingdom 132
Elta Smith
Chapter 9. Implementing the Nagoya Protocol in Spain: Challenges and Perspectives
Luciana Silvestri and Alejandro Lago Candeira
Chapter 10. The Legal Regime of Genetic Resources in Turkey: Opportunities for Access and Benefit-sharing
Fulya Batur

PART II – IMPLEMENTING THE NAGOYA PROTOCOL IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
Chapter 11. Privateer, Pirate or Ghost Ship? An Inquiry into the Complementarity between Community Law and French Law for the Benefit of the Indigenous People of French Guiana
Philippe Karpe, Alexis Tiouka, Ivan Boev, Armelle Guignier and Florencine Edouard
Chapter 12. Private Standards and the Implementation of the Nagoya Protocol: Defining and Putting in Practice Due Diligence in the EU Regulation on ABS
María Julia Oliva
Chapter 13. The Multilevel Implementation of the Nagoya Protocol in the European Union
Christine Godt
Chapter 14. Collecting Plant Genetic Resources in Europe: A Survey of Legal Requirements and Practical Experiences
Lorenzo Maggioni, Isabel López Noriega, Isabel Lapeña, Vojtech Holubec and Johannes Engels
Conclusion. Comparing Access and Benefit-sharing in Europe
Brendan Coolsaet

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