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Futures 1 - A New International Environmental Order in the making - "... the developing countries have achieved a number of bargaining successes in international environmental policy (in three domains): ... differentiation of the responsibilities (norms) set out in environmental accords on (issues such as) protection of the ozone layer, climate, biodiversity, and the oceans; arrangements made for North-South financial and technology transfers; (and) various innovative decision-making procedures: ... Environmental policy could (prove) a more effective lever for improving the lot of the developing countries, and the near future may see the evolution of a new international environmental order, which is likely to better link environmental protection and economic development."

1st Person: Simonis, Udo E.
Source: in Ekistics : reviews on the problems and science of human settlements Vol. 66, No. 394-396 (1999), p. 30-32
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Type of Publication: Article
Published: 1999
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