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Reports and Books
Analyse du Programme de Montevideo pour le Development et l’Examen Periodique du Droit de l’Environnement 1981-1991
United Nations Environment Programme

Ce document retrace succinctement les progrès enregistrés au cours des dix années écoulées depuis la reunion de Montevideo dans la voie de la réalisation des objectifs et strategies énoncés par la reunion dexperts dans les trois principaux domaines ainsi que dans les huit autres (deuxième partie) ainsi que dans deux domaines majeurs que ne prévoyait le Programme de Montevideo (troisièrne partie).


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Manuals, Guides and Toolkits, Reports and Books
International Standards in Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning: An Introduction to their Role in the Context of the HCFC Phase-out in Developing Countries
United Nations Environment Programme

This guide is intended to provide an introduction to standards and how they can be useful in supporting the adoption of alternatives in the context of the HCFC phase-out in developing countries. It also includes an overview of existing standards related to HCFCs and their
alternatives, barriers to alternatives, the process of the adoption of international and regional standards at the national level, barriers to the adoption and how to overcome them.


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Evaluation of Projects and Activities implemented within the Framework of the Caribbean Environment Programme (1988-1991) - CEP Technical Report 20
United Nations Environment Programme, Caribbean Environment Programme

The Caribbean Environment Programme is a broad environmental programme of the 36 States and Territories of the Wider Caribbean region. The Convention for the Protection and Development of the Marine Environment of the Wider Caribbean Region, together with the protocols associated with the Convention, constitute the legal framework of the Programme. The Programme is implemented through an Action Plan operated under the authority of the States and Territories participating in the Caribbean Environment Programme. UNEP, through the Regional Coordinating Unit for the Caribbean Environment Programme, provides the secretariat of the Convention and the Action Plan, and the technical coordination for the implementation of the agreed activities.


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