Implementation of the Bern Convention: Nordic countries: Norway, Issues 18-103
Council of Europe Pub., 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 20 pages
The Standing Committee to the Bern Convention (Convention of the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats) wished to know how the Convention was being implemented in the Different states; what administrative structures were set up for nature conservation activities; and how the main challenges were being met. This study presents the situation in Norway.
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