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The UN Convention on Biological Diversity - Follow-up in EEA Member countries 1996 Anderson, LS ; Davies, CE ; Moss, DS

By: Contributor(s): Publication details: Köpenhamn European Environment Agency, EEA, 1999; Topic report 9/1997, Description: 300 kBISBN:
  • 9291670626
Subject(s): Online resources: Abstract: In 1992 the UN global Convention on Biological Diversity was signed in Rio de Janeiro. All parties shall follow-up the intentions of the Convention in their own activities in strategies, plans and policies. This report contains an analysis of the follow-up activities performed during 1996 by the 18 EEA Member Countries. It concludes that the follow-up process and activities were not easy for any country and that all countries are trying to develop the follow-up work in different ways.
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In 1992 the UN global Convention on Biological Diversity was signed in Rio de Janeiro. All parties shall follow-up the intentions of the Convention in their own activities in strategies, plans and policies. This report contains an analysis of the follow-up activities performed during 1996 by the 18 EEA Member Countries. It concludes that the follow-up process and activities were not easy for any country and that all countries are trying to develop the follow-up work in different ways.

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