Multilateral Environmental Agreements: State of Affairs and Developments, 2008
Philip J. J. Drost
Eleven International Publishing, 2008 - Law - 612 pages
This yearbook brings together, in one volume, the texts of the most important Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs), including the most recent texts of Rules of Procedure, Financial Rules, and Compliance Procedures. A short description of each MEA is given, including a fact sheet covering date of adoption, date of entry into force, parties, amendments, website, and Convention of the Parties (COP) history. The 'Year-in-Review' section gives an account of the most salient negotiating issues and developments covered during the year, and the 'Year Ahead' section sets out what the key negotiating issues will be for the coming year. This work provides a comprehensive and indispensable tool for the MEA (legal) practitioner.
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Climate and Atmosphere
Biodiversity Nature Wildlife and Desertification
PART IV Other Relevant Legal Instruments
List of Abbreviations
accordance with Article adopted advance informed agreement agreement amendment and/or appropriate arbitral ballot Basel Convention biological diversity Biosafety Clearing-House calculated level chemical climate change Committee compliance Conference conservation Contracting Parties controlled substances decide decision delegation Depositary desertification developing country Parties dispute economic integration organization elected emissions ensure enter into force environment established export financial period Fund hazardous wastes implementation instrument of ratification Kyoto Protocol level of production living modified organisms matters measures migratory species Montreal Protocol non-governmental organizations notification number of votes obligations ordinary meeting ozone layer Parties present Parties serving Party concerned persistent organic pollutants polychlorinated biphenyls present and voting present Convention President proposal Protocol provisional agenda regional economic integration relevant representative request Rotterdam Convention rules of procedure scientific Secretariat Secretary-General Stockholm Convention submission submitted subregional subsidiary bodies substances in Group transboundary movement treaty United Nations unless World Heritage