Documents in International Environment Law, Volume 2
Philippe Sands, Richard Tarasofsky, Mary Weiss
Manchester University Press, 1994 - Law - 1709 pages
A companion to the first volume in a three-volume set, this document collection includes all the key international legal instruments in this field. A third volume, published separately, includes the documents in European Community environmental law.
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Stockholm Declaration of the United Nations Conference on
Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe Helsinki Final
November 1990 extracts
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acceptance accession accordance activities additional adopted agreed Agreement amendment Annex apply appropriate approval areas Article Authority bodies calculated cause co-operation coastal Commission Community concerned Conference conservation consider Contracting Parties Convention Council countries damage December decision Depositary deposited determine dumping economic effects emissions ensure enter into force environment environmental established February fishing French Government human implementation importance interests Italy January July June jurisdiction Lakes limits listed March marine matter means measures meeting natural necessary needs notification November objectives obligations October operation organizations paragraph particular period plans pollution possible present principles procedures production programmes proposed protection Protocol provisions ratification recommendations reduction referred regard regional regulations relating relevant Republic request respect result rules scientific Secretariat September ships signature sources species substances taken territory Treaty United Nations vessels waters whale