in Spore: the magazine for agricultural and rural development in ACP countries > N° 151 (February-March 2011) . - 1 p.
After nearly 2 decades of debate, governments from around the world have agreed to a UN treaty on managing the planet’s wealth of genetic resources more fairly. The new pact sets up an International Regime on Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources, laying down the basic ground rules on how nations cooperate in obtaining genetic resources. It includes resources as varied as animals, plants and fungi.
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