An Explanatory Guide to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety

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IUCN, 2003 - 295 páginas

This guide has been prepared by the IUCN Environmental Law Programme and the Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD), in cooperation with the World Resources Institute (WRI). The main goal of the guide is to facilitate the understanding of the obligations of Parties to the Protocol, by providing an information base on the content and origin of the Protocol provisions, accessible to the non-specialist and useful for those who will be involved in the development and implementation of national safety frameworks.

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Preamble
25
Objective
31
Use of terms
41
Scope
53
Transit and contained use
59
Notification
71
Decision procedure
79
Procedure for living modified organisms intended for direct use as
85
Functions of SBSTTA under Article 25 CBD
186
Secretariat
187
Relationship with the CBD
189
Monitoring and reporting
191
Compliance
193
Dispute settlement provisions of the CBD
194
Compliance mechanisms under other multilateral environmental agreements
195
Assessment and review
197

Review of decisions
93
Bilateral regional and multilateral agreements and arrangements
99
General introduction to Articles 1516 and Annex III
105
Risk management
111
Handling transport packaging and identification
123
Competent national authorities and national focal points
129
Confidential information
137
Capacitybuilding
143
Public awareness and participation
149
Illegal transboundary movements
159
Socioeconomic considerations
163
Liability and redress
167
examples
168
Core issues commonly addressed in liability and redress regimes
170
General introduction to Articles 2831
171
Financial mechanism and resources
173
The Global Environment Facility GEF
175
example
177
examples
178
Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to this
179
Subsidiary bodies
185
Signature
199
Entry into force
201
Reservations
203
Withdrawal
205
Authentic texts
207
Information required in notifications under Articles 810 and 13
209
Information required concerning living modified organisms intended for
215
Risk assessment
217
Appendix The Cartagena Protocol and the World Trade Organization
225
Examples of traderelated measures under the Protocol
228
The like product test
234
Bibliography
241
Supplementary materials
243
Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to the Convention on Biological Diversity
245
Convention on Biological Diversity
263
Decision II5
281
Decision EMI3
285
Recommendation 35 Annex III
287
Index
291
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