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Industry as a partner for sustainable development: tourism
United Nations Environment Programme, World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), International Federation of Tour Operators (IFTO), International Hotel & Restaurant Association (IH&RA), International Council of Cruise Lines (ICCL)

Reviews progress made by the tourism sector in implementing Agenda 21.


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2002
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Integrated assessment of trade liberalization and trade-related policies: a country study on the Argentina fisheries sector
United Nations Environment Programme

The application of structural adjustment policies in Argentina in the 1990s had a series of strong impacts on the economic structure of the country. The positive impacts caused by structural changes created conditions that encourage growth in the fisheries sector. This report addresses several issues, such as the social, economic and environmental impacts of trade liberalization in the fisheries sector in Argentina in the 1990s


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2002
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The indirect costs and benefits of greenhouse gas limitations handbook reports: economics of greenhouse gas limitations
Markandya, A.

The purpose of this report is to evaluate GHG limitation issues in the broader context.


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2002

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Ecotourism: principles, practices and policies for sustainability
Megan Wood

This publication, intended as a preparatory document for the World Ecotourism Summit in Quebec, 2002, reviews the current status and trends in ecotourism globally, the challenges ahead and the lessons learned in over 15 years of ecotourism development involving a broad range of stakeholders.


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2002
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Inter-linkages between the ozone and climate change conventions
United Nations Environment Programme

This report presents the linkages between the Ozone and Climate Change Conventions.


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2002