STAFF REPORT ISB: A consultative meeting was sorted out jointly by the Ministry of Climate Change and International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Pakistan to discuss possible results of interpolating biosafety stresses into the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP).
IUCN is upgrading the NBSAP for the Ministry of Climate Change, Pakistan. Driven by Syed Mahmood Nasir, Inspector General Forest, identifying with the Federal Ministry of Climate Change, the meeting fused an open consideration on the Cartagena Protocol and the NBSAP. Individuals included bio-safety specialists belonging from the academia and bio-resource foundations in Pakistan.
The verbal session concentrated on the synthetic biology and its contrast from the Genetically Modified Organisms typically called GMOs.
Dr Zabita Shinwari of Department of Biotechnology, Quaid-e-Azam University was that micro-organisms could grasp themselves quickly when diverged from the compex microorganisms like animals and plants etc.
Dr Romana Iftikhar of National Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (NIBGE) conveyed her stress that Cartagena Protocol just secured living creatures and not the things. She felt that there was a need to develop new traditions that secured both. The experts said it was irritating that basic things were being supplanted with made things.
They in like manner highlighted that the best fiasco is that the products from Pakistan have been patented by foreign countries which could incite negative impacts for Pakistan.