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published:26 May 2021
Mainstreaming Biodiversity into India’s Coastal and Marine Fisheries
Marine areas are rich in unique life systems for developing potential drug molecules for human therapeutics. India’s marine biotechnology is an emerging sector that contributes immensely to the Blue Economy. Some of the marine species such as sponges, jellyfish and seaweeds are sources of potential health products, beneficial in treating life- threatening illnesses.
- Mainstreaming Biodiversity into India's Coastal and Marine Fisheries, UN Decade of Ocean Science.pdf (English) (/api/v2013/documents/7651E561-17FF-9DB0-A7D2-27FD4B412B73/attachments/Mainstreaming%20Biodiversity%20into%20%20India's%20Coastal%20and%20Marine%20Fisheries%2C%20UN%20Decade%20of%20Ocean%20Science.pdf)
Dr. C. Thomson Jacob (Former Consultant in Biodiversity Policy, Centre for Biodiversity Policy and Law, National Biodiversity Authority) and Dr. Yugraj Singh Yadava (Director, Bay of Bengal Programme, Inter-Governmental Organisation)
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environment coastal & offshore OCEAN SCIENCE | EXPLORATION | INNOVATION
- 16. Nagoya Protocol on ABS
- Nagoya Protocol