Nagoya Protocol and plant collection responsibilities


This day brought together speakers including those specialists involved in setting and disseminating policy, as well as those who are responsible for implementing the various plant collections legislative responsibilities in their gardens.

The day included guidance and discussion on minimum record keeping standards, handling and sharing wild collected plant material, relevant legislation, an overview of the Nagoya Protocol and how various organisations and gardens are responding to this legislation.

This training day is a forerunner to our PlantNetwork Autumn conference which will look at plant records, ethical plant sourcing, plant legislation, best practice and opportunities for collaboration in greater detail.

Presentations


Nagoya Protocol and UK users

Nagoya Protocol and UK users

Julian Jackson, ABS and Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources, Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs


The National Measurement office, enforcing EU legislation and potential options to enforce the Nagoya Protocol

The National Measurement office, enforcing EU legislation and potential options to enforce the Nagoya Protocol

Michael Worrell EUTR Enforcement Policy Officer, National Measurement Office


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Nagoya Protocol and UK users

Nagoya Protocol and UK users

Julian Jackson, ABS and Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources, Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs


The National Measurement office, enforcing EU legislation and potential options to enforce the Nagoya Protocol

The National Measurement office, enforcing EU legislation and potential options to enforce the Nagoya Protocol

Michael Worrell EUTR Enforcement Policy Officer, National Measurement Office