Biodiversity protocol for genetic resources takes effect

The Nagoya Protocol strengthens powers to enforce legal action against those who use another country’s genetic resources and related traditional knowledge without complying with mutually agreed terms

by Rachel Salvidge
Devil's Claw (photograph: Alan Harper/CC BY NC 3.0)
Devil's Claw (photograph: Alan Harper/CC BY NC 3.0)

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