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'''This is a very good starting point if you are new to ABS, or, indeed, for anyone dealing with ABS-related issues!'''
 
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* [https://cetaf.org/services/natural-science-collections-and-access-and-benefit-sharing CETAF Code of Conduct and Best Practice on Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS)]
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* [https://cetaf.org/sites/default/files/press_release_-_eu_recognition_of_cetaf_code_of_conduct_and_best_practice_on_access_and_benefit_sharing.pdf Press release about the EU recognition of the Coc and BP]
 
* [https://cetaf.org/sites/default/files/press_release_-_eu_recognition_of_cetaf_code_of_conduct_and_best_practice_on_access_and_benefit_sharing.pdf Press release about the EU recognition of the Coc and BP]
  

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On this page you can find resources to aid the process of complying with national and international laws and regulations regarding import and utilization of genetic resources, including the Nagoya protocol (NP) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and the Norwegian Nature Diversity Act. For a general overview of these issues and their implications for the NHM, please visit The Nagoya Protocol and ABS web site.

Please feel free to contact the team for advice on specific issues, for specific countries etc. - we may have some useful hints to offer!

CETAF resources

NHM is a member of the Consortium of European Taxonomic Facilities (CETAF), which has developed a Code of Conduct and Best Practice on ABS. This resource was recognised under the EU ABS Regulation (EU) No 511/2014 on 10 May 2019.

It provides a detailed and most welcome guide for researchers and natural history collections in their compliance with ABS regulations and promotion of fair research partnerships worldwide in the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol.

This is a very good starting point if you are new to ABS, or, indeed, for anyone dealing with ABS-related issues!

NHM resources

Interesting reads

Resources by country

Denmark

Brazil

Finland

Germany

India

Spain

South Africa

Sweden

Other useful links



This page is maintained by Lars Erik Johannessen.