Contested nature: Who will benefit from biological diversity in the future


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Recording of the online event on 29 October 2020 Digital Sequence Information (DSI) and its potential for new forms of biopiracy The international community is confronted with familiar but new questions: Who owns the genetic information, who may use it and how, and who owns the profits from the products developed from it? What is the current practice of the Nagoya Protocol regulations and what potential does DSI hold for new forms of biopiracy? Which demands are essential for the upcoming international negotiations on benefit sharing for DSI - especially from a perspective of solidarity with rural, indigenous and traditional communities and with biodiversity-rich countries of the global south? Guests: Edward Hammond, Director Prickly Research & Advisor of the Third World Network, USA Dr. Hartmut Meyer, Team Leader, ABS Initiative - German Association for International Cooperation (GIZ) Alejandro Argumedo, Program Director, Andes Amazon Lead, Swift Foundation, Peru Moderation: Christiane Grefe, author of the book "Global Gardening: Bio-economy - New Raubbau or Economic Form of the Future?" and editor of the ZEIT Translated with (free version)

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