Agenda 21 and Challenges for Asia and the Pacific
UN, 1997 - Environmental policy - 60 pages
This publication provides an appraisal of the process of implementation of Agenda 21, the United Nations Programme of Action on Environmental Management & Sustainable Development. It outlines the national & regional initiatives & reviews the ongoing activities & projects for the implementation of Agenda 21 & the Regional Action Programme. The publication also analyses the constraints & opportunities of the implementation process.
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REVIEW OF ONGOING
PRIORITY AREAS OF THE REGIONAL ACTION PROGRAMME
CONSTRAINTS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE REGIONAL
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Action Plan activities Agenda 21 air quality areas ongoing ASEAN Asian and Pacific Asian Development Bank Asian Seas biological diversity capacity building Capacity-building Centre climate change coastal and marine Combat Desertification Convention Desertification developing countries energy enhancement Environment and Development environment management environmental education environmental management environmental quality environmentally sound ESCAP region Establishment forest forestry Formulation Governments hazardous waste impact assessment implementation of Agenda improvement Indonesia industrial initiatives institutional land degradation management ongoing Mekong Ministerial Conference monitoring and assessment Myanmar Natural resource accounting NGOs ongoing 14 ongoing 21 ongoing 9 organizations Pacific region Pakistan participation pollution control priority Programme area programme ongoing project ongoing promote protected areas Ramsar Convention Regional Action Programme regional cooperation Small Island Developing South Asia Strengthening Study subregional Sustainable development indicators technologies toxic UNDP UNEP United Nations urban environmental water quality watershed wetlands wetlands and lakes