Yearbook of International Environmental Law - Vol. 7

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Index
Accidents
Chernobyl, 86, 164-5, 166, 314, 316
European Union, 389
industrial plant, 85-7
Italy, 85-7
UN Economic Commission for Europe, 448-9
Africa. See also Individual countries
African Development Bank, 264
desertification, 244-5
East, 142
European Investment Bank, 438
hazardous waste, 192, 194-5, 425
Middle East North African Bank, 264-5
nuclear weapons, 424-5
Organization of African Unity, 424-6
Southern, 342-4
sustainable development, 426
UN General Assembly, 467
UN New Agenda, 425-6
UNEP, 455-6
Agreements. See also International agreements, Multilateral environmental agreements
Canada, 272
Croatia, 308-9
energy, 174-5
European Union, 174-5, 384
Germany, 296
industry, 174-5
IUCN Environmental Law Programme, 414-16
Switzerland, 302
Agriculture
biodiversity, 219-20
Food and Agriculture Organization, 460-2
sustainable development, 219-20, 251
Switzerland, 304
United Kingdom, 307
Aid, 422
Air pollution
Asia, 126
Baltic Sea, 148
budget, 126
Canada, 271, 272
climate change, 130-7
Commission on Sustainable Development, 380
Council of Europe, 373
Croatia, 309
energy, 175
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 433
European Union, 386-7, 388
forestry, 239
heavy metals, 124
India, 323
Jordan, 321
lakes, 138-40
Lithuania, 293
long-range, 124
marine pollution, 151
Mexico, 267-8
motor vehicles, 175, 386-7
nitrogen oxides, 124
Norway, 286-7, 288
OECD, 418
ozone layer, 127-30
persistent organic pollutants, 124
rivers, 138-40
Sofia Protocol, 125-6
South Korea, 342
Spain, 301
standards, 433
sulphur emissions, 125, 288, 290, 305, 447
Sweden, 290
Switzerland, 303
Taiwan, 339-40
Thailand, 329
transboundary, 124-26
UN Economic Commission for Europe, 446-7
United Kingdom, 305, 307
United States, 110-11, 267-8, 269, 272
Alpine Convention, 302
Amazon, 279, 281
Andean countries, 278. See also Individual countries
Animals. See Endangered species, Flora and fauna, Habitats
Antarctic Treaty System, 198-201
budget, 201
civil liability, 117-18, 198-200
compensation, 118
conservation, 200-1
emergencies, 199

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