U.S. international environmental policy: hearings before the Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, second session, June 14 and September 12, 1984, Volume 4
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Background information on the International Environment and Development
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action activities Administrator agricultural AID's assessment biological diversity Brady Chairman Committee Congress conservation cooperation coordination deforestation Department desertification developing countries developing nations development assistance Director donor economic effective efforts environment and natural environmental and natural environmental and resource environmental issues Environmental Management environmental problems establish experts forestry funding genetic resources global environmental Global Possible Governing Council Gus Yatron host country implementation important Industrial Ecology initiatives International Development international organizations involved leadership major ment multilateral multilateral development banks OECD participation pesticides planning priority private sector projects questions recommendations regional resource problems responsibility Rights and International role Ross-Sheriff Sedjo Sierra Club specific staff statement Stoel strategy Subcommittee on Human sustainable development technical Tenneco Thank Third World tion Tolba tropical forests U.S. Government U.S. policy UNEP UNEP's WICEM wildlife World Bank World Industry Conference World Resources Institute Yatron