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Worldwide Emerging Environmental Issues Affecting the U.S. Military. November 2007 Report
FEDERATION OF UN ASSOCIATIONS WASHINGTON DC MILLENNIUM PROJECT
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Partial contents UN Establishes the International Panel for Sustainable Resource Management, International Norms Led by IAEA Are Needed to Stop Smuggling of Nuclear Materials and Nuclear Proliferation, UNEP and South Korea to Help North Koreas Environmental Management, Climate Change Issues May Have Determined Australian Election, UK to Establish an Independent Climate Committee, Reducing Military Footprint with Solar Energy at 30 Cents per Watt, Updates on Previously Identified Issues, OSCE Adopts Ministerial Declaration on Environment and Security, Negotiations Continue for an International Instrument to Ban Cluster Munitions, Middle East Biosecurity Assessed, Air Travel in the EU to Join the Carbon Emissions Trading System by 2011, Depleted Uranium Environmental Concerns Resurfacing, Chinas Emergency Response Law to Punish Falsifying Environmental Information, London Convention Might be Expanded to Include Ocean-based Geoengineering, Global Health Security Initiative Upgrades Its Strategic Policy Process, Climate Change, Number and Intensity of Natural Disasters is Rapidly Increasing, Melting Glaciers and Sea Ice, Rising Sea Levels Impacts in the UK and Alaska, Adaptation, Post-Kyoto Negotiations, New UN Office Using Space Technology to Assist Mitigation of Disasters, Nanotechnology Safety Issues, Reports Suggested for Review, The Link between Climate Change and Conflict, The Environmental Dimension of Asian Security.
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