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  published: 10 Mar 2021

Sharing and reporting benefits from biodiversity research
In this editorial, we (the editors of Molecular Ecology and Molecular Ecology Resources) express support for the Nagoya Protocol and the principle of benefit sharing. We believe that scientific journals publishing research on biodiversity can play an important role in implementing the Nagoya Protocol and in reporting on benefits generated from such research. We provide background on the Nagoya Protocol, discuss the kinds of benefits that may arise from biodiversity research, describe the rationale for reporting on these benefits and introduce changes to the journals’ Data Accessibility Statements to incorporate the requirements and goals of the Nagoya Protocol.
  • mec.15702.pdf (English) (/api/v2013/documents/463AFA53-E940-1A9A-1D34-E53911184F21/attachments/mec.15702.pdf)
Marden E, Abbott RJ, Austerlitz F, et al.
2020
  • Article (journal / magazine / newspaper)
Text document (e.g. adobe acrobat reader or Word)
  • Reference material/literature
  • Raising awareness
  • Government
  • Private Sector
  • Research / Academia
Marden E, Abbott RJ, Austerlitz F, et al. Sharing and reporting benefits from biodiversity research. Mol Ecol. 2021;30:1103–1107. https://doi.org/10.1111/ mec.15702
  • Global
  • 16. Nagoya Protocol on ABS
  • Access
  • For non-commercial use
  • For non-commercial use
  • Benefit-Sharing
  • Non-monetary benefits
  • Non-commercial purposes
  • Academic research
  • Users of genetic resources
  • Key area 1: Capacity to implement and to comply with the obligation of the Protocol
  • 1.2 Raising awareness of the importance of GR and TK, and related ABS issues
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