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Enhancing Trade and Environment Linkages in Selected Environmentally Vulnerable Export Oriented Sectors of the ESCAP Region (Studies in Trade and Investment 21)

papers presented at the 13th National Seminar of IASLIC, Calcutta, December 20-23, 1988

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        LC ClassificationsOctober 1997
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        Paginationxvi, 139 p. :
        Number of Pages48
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        ISBN 109211197384
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A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I) REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

The sale of most government pool houses to sitting tenants? The relationships between demographic trends and factors and environmental change and between environmental degradation and the components of demographic change should be analysed. Give appropriate attention to the development of coastal shipping services and of river and lake services;• The country-case studies in the book explore questions, such as: To what extent can small farmers profit from enhanced export opportunities, and how can their exports contribute to pro-poor development strategies?

x Zambia with financial and technical support from the Canadian International Development Agency began to develop an environmental emergency plan in 2000. iii The Zambia Wetlands Strategy and action Plan and Policy were developed to guide sustainable management and utilisation of wetland resources in the country.

Like LTRP the LTBP covered four countries namely Zambia, Tanzania, Congo D. This is because it makes business sense. This is a traditional system of land management and administration. Brain drain in sector high. STATUS Combating deforestation as well as promoting reforestation and afforestation, have been important issues in Zambia since large scale mining activities started in the early to mid 1900s.

National Assessment Report for WSSD .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

3 million dwelling units for a population of 10 million, 18? As sustainable development encompasses social, economic and environmental dimensions, it is also important that national accounting procedures are not restricted to measuring the production of goods and services that are conventionally remunerated.

Policies would relate, inter alia, to the promotion of participatory development through support and encouragement of grass-roots activities, rural cooperatives, and peasants' initiatives, the establishment of agro- and other small-scale industries in rural areas, the introduction or expansion in rural areas of services hitherto available mostly in towns health, education and training activities, shopscreation or expansion of the rural credit and financial network, and the enabling of the informal sector to play fully its development role in the least developed countries.

These include weakness in the design or implementation of early programmes, inadequate attention to the specific developmental characteristics of individual LDCs, inadequate external support and too much emphasis on measures to restore economic and financial stability, with too little on the need to maintain an essential minimum of investment in key areas.