International Organization and Conference Series: new series]., Issue 101

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972 - Congresses and conventions
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Page 91 - Sea scheduled to begin in 1973, as well as in regional efforts, with a view to bringing all significant sources of pollution within the marine environment, including radioactive pollution from nuclear surface ships and submarines, and in particular in enclosed and...
Page 89 - It is recommended that increased support be given to the Codex Alimentarius Commission to develop international standards for pollutants in food and a code of ethics for international food trade, and that the capabilities of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the World Health Organization to assist materially and to guide developing countries in the field of food control be increased.
Page 56 - Committee concurs. 98. It is also recommended that governments: (a) Take steps to co-ordinate and co-operate on the management of shared protected areas. Agreement should be reached on such aspects as the rights of guards to follow poachers across international boundaries, mutual legislation, patrolling systems, exchange of information, research projects, collaboration on measures of burning, plant and animal control, fishery regulations, censuses, tourist circuits and frontier formalities.
Page 70 - The net benefits of hydrologic regions common to more than one national jurisdiction are to be shared equitably by the nations affected...
Page 20 - ... problem areas have a specific regional impact. In such cases, provision should be made for the exchange of information and research findings with countries of other geographical regions sharing similar problems. RECOMMENDATION 5 It is recommended: (a) That Governments take steps to arrange for the exchange of visits by those who are conducting research in the public or private institutions of their countries...
Page 88 - It is recommended that Governments actively support, and contribute to, international programmes to acquire knowledge for the assessment of pollutant sources, pathways, exposures and risks and that those Governments in a position to do so provide educational, technical and other forms of assistance to facilitate broad participation by countries regardless of their economic or technical advancement.
Page 25 - ... required in different contingencies. (b) Recommendations for international action 12. It is recommended that the Secretary-General ensure that the United Nations system assist countries with their planning efforts. To this end an international programme of technical co-operation should be developed, aimed at strengthening the capabilities of governments in the field of pre-disaster planning; . key responsibility...
Page 22 - Governments in financing and setting up services for water supply, disposal of water from all sources, and liquid-waste and solidwaste disposal and treatment as part of the objectives of the Second United Nations Development Decade. Recommendation 11 It is recommended that the Secretary-General ensure that, during the preparations for the 1974 World Population Conference, special attention shall be given to population concerns as they relate to the environment and, more particularly, to the environment...
Page 61 - ... 119. Collaborate to establish a global network of national and regional institutes based on agreements on the availability of material and information, on methods, on technical standards, and on the need for technical and financial assistance wherever required.
Page 19 - ... improvement should be prepared to : • make long-term commitments of financial and other resources ; • welcome international co-operation through seeking the advice or assistance of competent international bodies ; • share internationally all relevant information on the problems they encounter and the solutions they devise in developing these areas. Response: 137. The Advisory Committee feels that this recommendation lacks meaningful substance. (tit) Bilateral and regional consultations...

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