United Nations-Sponsored World Conferences: Focus on Impact and Follow-Up

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Index
Activities implemented jointly (AIJ) 144–5
Administrative Committee on Coordination (ACC) 175–6
Africaucus 203
AG13, dispute settlement 151–4, 156, 158, 198
Agarwal, Anil 192–3
Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) 124
Amnesty International 34, 202
Annan, Kofi, UN Secretary-General 7, 176, 179
Annex I parties 124, 153
adaptation measures 143–4
climate change strategies 144
commitments 125–6, 154, 158
emission limitation 127, 129, 131, 133, 134–7, 157–8
energy sector plans 140–2, 157
information communication 138–9
methane emissions 142–3
Annex II parties 124
adaptation measures 143–4
climate change strategies 144
emission reduction 136–7, 157
funds to GEF 145–6
information communication 145–6
obligations 125–6
technology transfer 128–9, 133, 145, 146
ASEAN communiquê on human rights 34
Atlanta Statement (1993) 30
Beijing Conference 195, 220
Platform for Action 195–6
Beijing Conference, see also Fourth World
Conference on Women, Beijing (1995)
Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action 65, 66, 67, 68, 195–220
discrimination against women 70, 73
NGOs role in women's rights 73
Optional Protocol 75
Review 77–81
women's poverty 71–2
Belgrade Declaration (1989) 95
Berlin Mandate 127, 156
Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, UN SecretaryGeneral 7, 191, 204
Brundtland Report 85
Carson, Rachel, Silent Spring85
Carter, Jimmy 32
Center for Science and Environment (CSE) 192

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