Yearbook of International Co-Operation on Environment and Development 2002/2003
Independent, high-quality analysis of the growing number of international agreements on environment and developmentEssential reference for lawyers, policy makers and professionals in international affairsCompiled and edited by the Fridjtof Nansen Institute, Norway, this is an authoritative and comprehensive reference to all international agreements on environment and development. It details the objectives, status, rules, funding and implementation of each instrument. Essays by leading authorities assess the achievements and shortcomings of international co-operation. International governmental organizations (IGOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and participating countries are profiled.