The Nagoya Protocol Learning Portal
We welcome you to our learning community for the Nagoya Protocol. The Protocol is a framework for how to conduct research and manage collections and associated information. Whether you’re a student just getting your feet wet in research, a curator, a teacher, or research faculty, this learning portal is built to help you find the resources you need.
News and Updates
Societies are contributing funds to help build this website!
We recently received support from the Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections, the Phycological Society of America, and the American Society of Mammalogists. Thank you for your support!
The Trondheim Conference on Biodiversity this July
Read CBD Executive Secretary Dr. Cristiana Paşca Palmer’s opening statements HERE.
The report produced at the conference will be soon available HERE.
From the conference website:
“Since 1993 Trondheim Conferences on Biodiversity have created opportunities for increasing understanding amongst stakeholders about issues on the biodiversity agenda. They allow those involved in setting the agenda to learn and to share views and experiences with their peers.
The ninth Trondheim Conference will bring together decision-makers and experts from around the world to learn about and discuss knowledge and know-how for the global post-2020 biodiversity framework. The Conference will directly support the process established by the Convention on Biological Diversity for preparing this framework, with opportunities for major players to discuss key issues informally outside of the negotiation process.”
We’re new and under construction
This learning portal is under construction! We will be launched and fully functional in May, in time for conference season!
Connecting with Nagoya Protocol and International Treaty Experts
We are working with colleagues at the Global Genome Biodiversity Network who have developed great resources for understanding the Nagoya Protocol. Check them out! GGBN ABS FAQ
We need your input!
Researchers, teachers, and collections managers are contributing photos and stories of their experiences setting up agreements and collaborations around their own biology research and resource development. Old and new stories welcome. Please contribute and join the community! Get in touch.