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Scientists’ Coalition Submission to the INC Secretariat: Part A – Scope and Principles
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The Committee requested the Secretariat to invite for written submissions on elements not discussed at INC-2, such as principles and scope of the instrument, to inform the work of INC-3. In this context, the Scientists’ Coalition has submitted Part A on Scope and Principles. To access Submission A, please download the document below.

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