Dr Morgera Speaks to Nature magazine about Nagoya Protocol
Dr Elisa Morgera, Senior Lecturer in Global Environmental Law, has been invited to share her views on the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit-sharing and its implications for the research community with Nature - the highly regarded international weekly magazine of science.
There may be uncertainty in the short term, with difficult negotiations and possible missteps, but the Protocol offers a way to rebuild trust. Those genuinely interested in the long-term viability and reputation of bio-based research and innovation would be well advised to constructively contribute to this process.
Dr Morgera has recently completed a 3-year research project on the Nagoya Protocol, culminated in the publication of a monograph titled "Unraveling the Nagoya Protocol". She continues her research on this topic in the context of the 5-year research programme BENELEX - "Benefit-sharing for an equitable transition to the green economy - the role of law," funded by the European Research Council.
Dr Morgera is the Director of the LLM Programme in Global Environment and Climate Change Law.