Handbook for the International Treaties for the Protection of the Ozone Layer: the Vienna Convention (1985), the Montreal Protocol (1987)
Ozone Secretariat, United Nations Environment Programme, 1996 - Science - 305 pages
This Handbook, which updates the 1993 edition, incorporates all the adjustments, amendments & the decisions of the Parties till the end of 1995. In addition it gives valuable information on the implementation of these international environmental treaties. In this single volume, anyone interested in the issue can find the details of legal actions taken by the world community to protect the ozone layer.
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