Third, an international legal convention on antimicrobial commons should achieve intergenerational equity in a way that would ensure benefits for both present and future generations. As with many other global problems, such as climate change, justice requires that future generations not tolerate the bad decisions of the current generation and that the benefits of resource scarcity last as long as possible. The benefits and burdens of antimicrobials and antimicrobials must be shared over time. However, future generations will have to bear some burdens, as problem-solving strategies in the previous two dimensions will need to be constantly reviewed and updated, based on an assessment of progress. Keeping the AMR under control is a problem that humanity will always face. Each treaty must have mechanisms in place to ensure that progress is monitored and that strategies are regularly adapted so that it can decide at any time how to achieve a fair distribution of burdens, not only between countries and sectors, but also between generations. A treaty such as this must operate over a potentially indeterminate period, so that its adjustment mechanisms are essential to ensure not only efficiency, equity and feasibility, but also sustainability. The Paris agreement received broad support through the combination of legally binding and non-binding provisions. Large CO2 emitters, which are resistant to a rigid rate of emission reduction, were open to a contract combining legal requirements and recommendations . Among the legal requirements of the Paris Agreement are the development of national contributions and the establishment of appropriate notification and review mechanisms. The specific content of the contributions has not been imposed, but must be defined by each country by its own national processes in order to reflect the capabilities of each country. In theory, the mechanism that drives states to constantly commit to ambitious measures is a form of gentle reciprocity between states, which means that it depends on a culture of solidarity, trust and good faith. Some states are taking the lead and taking action to solve the collective problem, in the confidence that other states will return the favor by giving them their share.