Language: German
8.4.1990 (Sunday)
Internationale Umweltangelegenheiten 1984/1990
Memo (No)
Die Sektion internationale Umweltangelegenheiten ist eines der wichtigsten Instrumente des EDA zur Umsetzung der Umweltaussenpolitik des Bundesrates. Der Bericht bietet eine Übersicht über die wichtigsten internationalen Bestrebungen zum Schutz der Umwelt in den Jahren 1984–1990.
File reference: o.320.016.0.CH
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Environmental issues

Organizational issues of the FPD/FDFA Industrial accidents and pollution Climate change Chernobyl disaster United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro (1992) Seveso Disaster (1976) Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal (1989)

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Brundtland CommissionConference on Security and Co-operation in EuropeDeutschland/BRD/InnenministeriumEDA/Arbeitsgruppe EurovisionEDA/Staatssekretariat/Politische Direktion/Politische Abteilung I/EuroparatEU/European CommissionEuropean Economic AreaEuropean Free Trade AssociationEuropean UnionFDFA/Directorate of International OrganizationsFDFA/State Secretariat/Directorate of Political Affairs/Political Division IIIFDFA/State Secretariat/Directorate of Public International LawFDFA/Swiss Agency for Development and CooperationFDHA/Federal Office for the EnvironmentFederal Department for Foreign AffairsFederal Department of Home AffairsFrankreich/InnenministeriumIntegration Office FDFA-FDEAIntergovernmental Panel on Climate ChangeInternational Atomic Energy AgencyInternational Energy AgencyInternational Union for the Conservation of NatureOECDOECD/Council of MinistersOECD/Environment Policy CommitteeSaline SchweizerhalleSwiss Federal CouncilUNO/Development ProgramUNO/Economic Commission for Europe [1947-UNO/UNEPUNO/UNEP/Administrative BoardUNO/United Nations Conference on Environment and DevelopmentUNO/World Health OrganizationUSSR/GovernmentWBG/WB/International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

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