Rapport Du Canada À la Commission Du Développement Durable Des Nations Unies

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Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 1995 - Economic assistance, Canadian - 183 pages
The 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) brought together almost every country in the world in an effort to have the global community commit itself to the goal of sustainable development. Among its major achievements was Agenda 21, an ambitious plan of action on 39 environment and development issues. The United Nations subsequently created the Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) to monitor progress towards achievement of UNCED's goals. This second report of Canada to the CSD summarizes the progress, lessons learned, and challenges in achieving the goals of sustainable development. It concentrates on the chapters and themes in Agenda 21 that will be discussed at the 1995 session of the CSD. It attempts to isolate the major trends and themes in Canadian responses to each of those chapters. It also includes short summaries of recent developments in topics related to the sectoral chapters discussed during the May 1994 session of the CSD.

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CROSSSECTORAL ISSUES 17
vindicators for Sustainable Development 24
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