Tagged on: Decision/resolution

Decision 1/9 - Revolving Fund
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference appropriates funds for the Revolving Fund and decides that the appropriation shall be from contributions by all State Parties in accordance with the scale of assessments approved by the Conference.


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2013
Decision 1/19 – Liabilities and Compensation
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference decides to establish an Ad-Hoc Expert Group on Liabilities and Compensation (AHG-LC) to meet as necessary in order to fulfill its tasks as mandated by the Conference of Parties subject to available resources.


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2013
Decision 1/14 – Illegal Traffic
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference, inter alia, i) adopts the “Guidance Elements for Detection, Prevention and Control of Illegal Traffic in Hazardous Wastes”, ii) invites Parties in their efforts to preventing, identifying and managing illegal traffic to use these guidelines; and iii) requests
Parties to ensure that national legislation for the management of chemical wastes and hazardous wastes to be developed also addressed
the issue of illegal traffic of hazardous wastes and radioactive wastes.


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2013
Decision 1/21 – Protection and Preservation of the Marine and Inland Waters Environments
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference decides to defer the consideration of the agenda item on the protection and preservation of marine and inland waters environments to the second session of the Conference of the Parties.


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2013
Decision 1/6 - Institutional arrangements for the implementation of Convention: Establishment of a Secretariat
United Nations Environment Programme, Bamako Convention

The conference 1) decides that the Secretariat's functions shall be carried out by the United Nations Environment Programme, provided that the United Nations Environment Assembly of the United Nations Environment Programme authorizes the Executive Director to perform such functions; 2) Decides that the Secretariat will consist of a limited number of professionals and administrative personnel
headed by an Executive Secretary.


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2013
Decision 1/8 - Financial Arrangement for the Administration of the Convention
United Nations Environment Programme, Bamako Convention

Decision adopting the Financial Rules for the administration of the Bamako Convention, establishing a Revolving Fund for assistance in case of emergency situations, adopting the scale of contributions to the regular budget and to the Revolving Fund, and establishing a Trust Fund for the Bamako Convention.


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2013
Decision 1/18 – Cooperation with Other Institutions
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference encourages the Secretariat to establish a strong collaboration with the Secretariat of the Convention to Ban the Importation into Forum Island Countries of Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes and to Control the Transboundary Movement and Management of Hazardous Wastes within the South Pacific Region (Waigani Convention).


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2013
Decision 1/7 - Institutional Arrangements for the Implementation of the Convention: Establishment of a Subsidiary Body
United Nations Environment Programme, Bamako Convention

Decision establishing a Legal and Technical Working Group (LTWG) to meet as necessary in order to fulfill its tasks as mandated by the Conference of Parties subject to available resources and adoption the terms of reference of the LTWG.


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2013
Decision 1/16 – Legal and Technical Assistance
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference: 1. Calls upon the Secretariat of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions to officially inform Parties, through the Secretariat of the Bamako Convention about its short and long term planned actions within the Africa Region. 2. Requests the Secretariat of the Bamako Convention, in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions to develop technical guidelines for all aspects of hazardous wastes management.


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2013
Decision 1/22 - Decision on the Establishing a List of Hazardous Substances to be Considered Hazardous Waste Under Article 2, Paragraph 1(d)
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference requests the Secretariat, in cooperation with the Secretariat of the Rotterdam Convention to produce a list of substances
described by Article 2, paragraph 1(d) in order to establish a new Annex VI to be approved at the Second Meeting of the Conference of
Parties.


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2013