The earth in balance

Desai, Nitin
June 1997
UN Chronicle;1997, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p4
Reviews the goals set for 1997 at the Earth Summit which address the global issues on the state of the world's natural environment and conditions of the human race. Assessment of freshwater resources; Country profiles outlining what countries have done to translate the Earth Summit agreements from word to action; Work of the Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD). INSETS: Global change and sustainable development: Critical trends.;Elements of sustainable development..


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