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Environmental Governance

Definition(s)

Under the CBD, the concept of mutually agreed terms means that the access to genetic resources and the sharing of resulting benefits among the parties (the contracting country, as represented by its competent authority, and the party using the genetic resources) must be regulated by a contractual agreement. (Source: CBD Art. 15 (2), (4), and (7))

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In other languages

French
modalité mutuellement convenue
Russian
взаимно согласованное условие
Spanish
condiciones mutuamente convenidas
Arabic
شروط متفق عليها

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Multilateral environment agreements tagged with Mutually agreed terms

You can see below a list of multilateral environment agreements. Use the links on the right to view the content tagged with Mutually agreed terms. This includes official treaty texts, decisions, recommendations, and other related informational documents such as publications, annuals, meetings, documents or reports.
Convention on Biological Diversity
Nagoya Protocol
International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
World Heritage Convention
United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification

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Mutually Agreed Terms in International Environmental Law