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Regional Overview of Land-based Sources of Pollution in The Wider Caribbean Region - CEP Techincal Report 33
United Nations Environment Programme, Caribbean Environment Programme

The present report summarizes the results of the above-mentioned CEPPOL activity and provides information on the LBSP inventories undertaken in 25 countries of WCR. This comprehensive information has been compiled from national LBSP inventories, mainly from point sources, together with the assessment of the types and amounts of major pollutants reaching the coastal and marine environment from the above sources as well as information on legislative and administrative measures relevant for their control.


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1994
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Equity and Social Considerations Related to Climate Change: Papers Presented at the IPCC Working Group III Workshop on Equity and Social Considerations Related to Climate Change, Nairobi, Kenya, 18-22 July 1994
United Nations Environment Programme, World Meteorological Organization

The purpose of the workshop was; to provide a broad base of input to the writing of the draft chapters for IPCC's Second Assessment Report, and to provide an opportunity for policy advisors in several regions of the world to gain a better understanding of the scope and nature of Working Group Ill's assignment. Working Group Ill has been charged with addressing the so-called cross-cutting issues related to greenhouse gases and climate change. This means primarily those issues of a regional or global social and economic nature, and evaluation of policy options. Many of these aspects of climate science, especially in the social and economic sciences, are new departures for IPCC.


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1994
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Regional seas reports and studies no. 154: assessment and monitoring of climate change
United Nations Environment Programme

Regional Seas Reports and Studies


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1994
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Code of Ethics on the International Trade in Chemicals
United Nations Environment Programme

This publication provides guidance for private sector parties, complements existing international legal instruments and industry codes in the field. The result of a series of consultative meetings with industry and others, the Code consists of: general provisions (e.g., objective, definitions, exemptions, formal commitment)||general principles (e.g., cooperation, life cycle approach, local community involvement)||guidance for the implementation of the principles (e.g., reducing risk, testing and assessment, quality assurance, classification/packaging/labeling, provision of information, education/training and advertising/marketing)||and suggestions for monitoring and follow-up.


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1994