Albania: one step forward on the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol
More than twenty stakeholders participated on a training on mutually supportive implementation of the Nagoya Protocol, which took place the 17th and 18th of December 2018.
New publication on access and benefit-sharing launched at the UN Biodiversity Conference
The UNDP-GEF Global Access and Benefit-Sharing project is presenting its new publication ABS is Genetic Resources for Sustainable Development on Saturday 17th November 2018 to…
Asia-Pacific Stakeholders Share Experience and Learnings to Strengthen ABS Implementation
Learning and experience sharing remains an important tool in programming and has been used over the years to improve programme design, participation and outcomes.
What does Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) mean?
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UNDP-GEF ABS around the world
There is a global ABS project with 24 countries and national ABS projects in 16 countries
UNDP-GEF Global ABS ProjectUNDP-GEF National ABS Project