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Fisheries subsidies and marine resource management: lessons from Bangladesh
United Nations Environment Programme

This study includes a discussion on the policy evolution, the intervening factors and the consequences of trade liberalization on marine fisheries in Bangladesh.


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2004
Reports and Books
Environmental Indicators: Central Asia
United Nations Environment Programme

This report on 'Environmental Indicators for Central Asia' has been prepared to present the trends of twenty nine key indicators on air, water, land and biodiversity. It also presents trends on social and economic conditions through the selected indicators. Data have been collected for each indicator for each country in Central Asia for 1990, 1995 and 2000. This report provides an assessment of economic, social and environmental conditions in Central Asia based on available data and information. Lack of updated scientific database has been a major challenge in preparation of the report.


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2004
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Manual for the integrated management of the watershed: ecohydrology and phytotechnology
United Nations Environment Programme - Division of Technology, Industry and Economics - International Environmental Technology Centre (United Nations Environment Programme-DTIE-IETC), United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization - International Hydrological Programme (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization-IHP)

This manual provide examples of ecohydrology and phytotechnology in water resources management||assist decision makers, technical experts and scientists to manage watersheds and related water bodies and facilitates and promotes the better understanding of the opportunities that the application of ecohydrology and phytotechnology.


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2004

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National Self-Assessment for Global Environmental Management in Belarus
Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of Belarus, United Nations Development Programmeme/GEF

Meeting the commitments made by Belarus under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, UN Convention on Biodiversity, and UN Convention to combat desertification/land degradation should be considered an important opportunity to make sure that the government does its best in managing natural resources and protecting the environment, assisting stakeholders in making their interactions and coordination more efficient, promoting research and scientific studies in the areas of expertise that pertain to the conventions.


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2004