ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 4
Written by Maria-Mihaela ANTOFIE, Camelia SAND SAVA

By adopting the Nagoya Protocol, the international community is responding to the 3rd objective of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). It refers to the fair and equitable sharing of benefits resulting from the biodiversity use and it is the intention of the parties to the CBD to creates innovative financial mechanisms working for its conservation. For the regional level the EU adopted the Regulation (CE) no. 511/2014 for providing the harmonizing framework in the implementation of the Protocol. For the year 2017, 15 Member States' reported to the Secretariat of the CBD on the state of implementation of the Protocol on voluntary basis. The purpose of this article is to identify best practices in managing new topics for Romania in this field, such as synthetic biology, digital sequence information, biopiracy related to patenting, traditional knowledge and local communities for further development in agriculture. These subjects have also been addressed during the meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA 22) which take place in 2018. Relevant stakeholders for Romania were identified and they should to be involved in the general debate on these subjects. The national consultancy is of outmost importance for developing the legislative framework in Romania by taking into account the financial costs of implying the full implementation of the Nagoya Protocol.

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