International sharing of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture

We are developing Australia’s position on proposed changes to the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture. We will be discussing the changes at an international meeting in Italy later this year.

Our role is to ensure any changes are ultimately good for Australia’s agriculture, industry and research sectors, and those of our neighbouring regions.

We want to hear from you

You can share your ideas on the proposed changes. Your input will help inform Australia’s position.

This online consultation is now closed, but there will be other opportunities to share your views. We are particularly seeking feedback from stakeholders who:

  • know the treaty and its Standard Material Transfer Agreement
  • work with, use or perform research on plant genetic resources.

How you can participate

To have your say:

We are developing Australia’s position on proposed changes to the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture. We will be discussing the changes at an international meeting in Italy later this year.

Our role is to ensure any changes are ultimately good for Australia’s agriculture, industry and research sectors, and those of our neighbouring regions.

We want to hear from you

You can share your ideas on the proposed changes. Your input will help inform Australia’s position.

This online consultation is now closed, but there will be other opportunities to share your views. We are particularly seeking feedback from stakeholders who:

  • know the treaty and its Standard Material Transfer Agreement
  • work with, use or perform research on plant genetic resources.

How you can participate

To have your say:

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    We will open a discussion forum here in June 2019.

    You will be able to discuss topics to inform our face-to-face meeting in Canberra in August 2019.

    Register in Have Your Say and follow this project for updates.

    We will open a discussion forum here in June 2019.

    You will be able to discuss topics to inform our face-to-face meeting in Canberra in August 2019.

    Register in Have Your Say and follow this project for updates.

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