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Cartagena protocol

The Cartagena Protocol is an international agreement that aims to contribute ensuring an adequate level of protection in the field of safe transboundary movement (transport) of GMOs to protect the biological diversity and human health. A key element of the Cartagena Protocol is the Biosafety Clearing-House, which is an internet platform that provides information relating to GMOs and their safe handling. More: Cartagena protocol …

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