Green globe yearbook of international co-operation on environment and development: an independent publication on environment and development from the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway

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Oxford University Press, 1994 - Environmental policy - 352 pages
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This major annual reference work demonstrates how successful the international community has been in solving specific environmental and development issues. In the first part of the book, eleven experts contribute a chapter each on a particular issue. The book then systematically lists key data on the most important international agreements and organizations now active in these areas.

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Contents

Contributors in this Yearbook
12
NonGovernmental Organizations NGOs
15
Marine Environment
31
Gerard Peet
45
The Problem of Migratory Species in International
67
CamillaToulmin
88
Intergovernmental Organizations IGOs
103
Environment and Sustainable Development
127
Commission on Sustainable Development CSD
260
International Council for the Exploration of the Sea ICES
267
International Monetary Fund IMF
273
United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO
280
World Food Programme WFP
287
Alliance of Northern People on Environment and Development ANPED
293
Greenpeace International
306
Womens Environment and Development Organization WEDO
319

FAO International Undertaking on Plant Genetic Resources Rome 1983 FAO
230
Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident Notification Convention Vienna 1986 IAEA
236
Tables of International Agreements and Degrees of Participation by Country
242
Index 333
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The Fridtjof Nansen Institute in Norway specializes in studies of international resource management. The Institute has a long record of academic analysis in international relations with a focus on such issues as transboundary pollution, living resources, energy and the environment, Soviet energy, and petroleum markets.

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