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Climate change, agriculture, and developing economies (Winters / Murgai / Sadoulet / de Janvry / Frisvold)Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Berkeley, 1999Document
Design options for Article 13 of the Framework Convention on Climate Change: lessons from the GATT Dispute Panel SystemInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, 1995DocumentDevelopment Assistance Committee, OECD, 1992Problems offer ways that developed countries can promote international collaboration on environmental problems which transcend boundaries to become regional or global in nature. Aid agencies are taking steps to help developing countries participate in the world-wide response, including ways to assist them to meet their obligations under international environmental agreements.DocumentEuropean Tropical Forest Research Network, 1999Quarterly publication of the European Tropical Forest Research Network. Each issue contains articles dealing with research programmes and organisations involved in forest research in the tropics and subtropics, short news items, publication announcements, internet features, and requests for research cooperation. Every issue focusses on a different theme, e.g.Document
The Regional Impacts of Climate Change: An Assessment of Vulnerability: summary for policy makers (IPCC working group 2 special report, Sept 1997) html versionIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 1997The special report provides, on a regional basis, a review of (then) state-of-the-art information on the vulnerability to potential changes in climate of ecological systems, socioeconomic sectors (including agriculture, fisheries, water resources, and human settlements), and human health. The report reviews the sensitivity of these systems as well as options for adaptation.