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Interlinkages Among Multilateral Environmental Agreements

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UNED Report to International Eminent persons meeting, Tokyo. Sept 2001

By Felix Dodds

This paper on the Inter-Linkages among Multi-lateral Environmental Agreements approaches reform based on the belief that better coherence, enhancement and transformation in international institutions is essential to be able to conduct more fundamental reform. Without such reform, the international community, in the changed circumstances and foreseeable future that we face, will not be able to deliver the changes and services necessary to achieve sustainable development.

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