Multilateral environmental agreement
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A multilateral environmental agreement (MEA) is a legally binding agreement between three or more states relating to the environment. They are predominantly produced by the United Nations. It is called a bilateral environmental agreement if the agreement is between two nation states.
The vast majority of MEAs have been produced since the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (better known as the Stockholm Conference) in 1972.
International environmental agreements
- Taylor, Prue; Stroud, Lucy; Peteru, Clark (2013). Multilateral Environmental Agreement Negotiator’s Handbook: Pacific Region 2013. Samoa / New Zealand: Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme / New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law, University of Auckland. ISBN 978-982-04-0475-5.
- Multilateral Environmental Agreement Negotiator’s Handbook
- "Multilateral Environmental Agreement Negotiator’s Handbook: Pacific Region 2013"
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