Transboundary movement definition

Transboundary movement means any movement of hazardous wastes or other wastes from an area under the national jurisdiction of one State to or through an area under the national jurisdiction of another State or to or through an area not under the national jurisdiction of any State, provided at least two States are involved in the movement;
Transboundary movement means the movement of a living modified organism from one Party to another Party, save that for the purposes of Articles 17 and 24 transboundary movement extends to movement between Parties and non-Parties.
Transboundary movement means any movement of hazardous or other wastes from an area under the jurisdiction of one country to or through an area under the jurisdiction of another country or to or through an area not under the jurisdiction of any country, provided that at least two countries are involved in the movement;

Examples of Transboundary movement in a sentence

  • The areas of the Protocol addressed in policies include the main areas of focus of the Protocol: ⮚ Transboundary movement of LMOs (Objective and Scope of the CPB); ⮚ Protection of natural and agricultural biodiversity (Objective and Scope of the CPB); ⮚ Protection of human health (Objective and Scope of the CPB); ⮚ Public participation, education and awareness (Article 23); ⮚ Capacity building for biosafety (Article 22).


More Definitions of Transboundary movement

Transboundary movement means the intentional or unin- tentional movement of a GMO between one Party or non- Party and another Party or non-Party, excluding intentional movements between Parties within the Community;
Transboundary movement means any movement of hazardous wastes from an area under the national jurisdiction of one country to an area under the national jurisdiction of another country.
Transboundary movement means any movement of wastes from an area under the national jurisdiction of one OECD Member country to an area under the national jurisdiction of another OECD Member country.
Transboundary movement means any shipment of spent fuel or of radioactive waste from a State of origin to a State of destination.
Transboundary movement means the intentional movement of LMOs from the territory of a Party to the Protocol to the territory of another Party to the Protocol.
Transboundary movement means any movement of hazardous wastes from an area under the jurisdiction of any Party, to or through an area under the jurisdiction of another Party, or to or through an area not under the jurisdiction of another Party, provided at least two Parties are involved in the movement;
Transboundary movement means the intentional movement of LMOs from the territory of a Party to the Protocol to the point of entry at which customs formalities take place within the territory of another Party to the Protocol.