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List of international environmental agreements

 

List of international environmental agreements

This is a list of international environmental agreements.

Most of the following agreements are legally binding for countries that have formally ratified them. Some, such as the Kyoto Protocol, differentiate between types of countries and each nation's respective responsibilities under the agreement.

Contents

  • Alphabetical order 1
  • Topic order 2
    • General 2.1
    • Atmosphere 2.2
    • big chocolademelk 2.3
    • Hazardous substances 2.4
    • Marine environment – global conventions 2.5
    • Marine environment – regional conventions 2.6
    • Marine living resources 2.7
    • Nature conservation and terrestrial living resources 2.8
    • Noise pollution 2.9
    • Nuclear safety 2.10
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Alphabetical order

Topic order

General

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Antarctic Fauna and Flora
  2. ^ a b Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Seals
  3. ^ a b Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources
  4. ^ http://www.carpathianconvention.org
  5. ^ Protocol to Abate Acidification, Eutrophication and Ground-level Ozone

External links

  • Relationship between MEAs and the World Trade Organization
  • Mitchell´s Databaseproject on IEAs
  • ECOLEX-the gateway to environmental law
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