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" Affirming that responses to climate change should be coordinated with social and economic development in an integrated manner with a view to avoiding adverse impacts on the latter, taking into full account the legitimate priority needs of developing countries... "
Fuel for Thought: An Environmental Strategy for the Energy Sector - Page 61
2000 - 118 pages
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Towards a "second Generation" in Environmental Laws in the Asian and Pacific ...

Lin Heng Lye, Maria Socorro Z. Manguiat - 2003 - 193 pages
...impacts on the latter, taking into full account the legitimate priority needs of developing countries for the achievement of sustained economic growth and the eradication of poverty". y Par. 8, WSSD Plan of Implementation. 10 Par. 8(g), WSSD Plan of Implementation. 11 Par. 8(g), WSSD...
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Markt und Staat im Klimaschutz: Ordnungspolitik und Interventionismus in ...

Kim Petrick - 2003 - 252 pages
...impacts on the latter, taking into full account the legitimate priority needs of developing countries for the achievement of sustained economic growth and the eradication of poverty, Recognizing that all countries, especially developing countries, need access to resources required...
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International Law And Sustainable Development: Principles And Practice

Nico J. Schrijver, Friedl Weiss - 2004 - 711 pages
...impacts on the latter, taking into full account the legitimate priority needs of developing countries for the achievement of sustained economic growth and the eradication of poverty". FCCC Art. 3(5) adds that "Measures taken to combat climate change, including unilateral ones, should...
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Sustainability: Sustainable development

M. R. Redclift - 2005 - 456 pages
...needs' (UNFCCC 1992: 2). Moreover, it affirms the 'the legitimate priority needs of developing countries for the achievement of sustained economic growth and the eradication of poverty' (UNFCCC 1992: 6). Furthermore, in accordance with the first key concept of sustainable development,...
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Selected Texts of Legal Instruments in International Environmental Law

2005 - 734 pages
...impacts on the latter, taking into full account the legitimate priority needs of developing countries under the present Charter and their obligations under any other international ag Recognizina that all countries, especially developing countries, need access to resources required...
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Compendium of Sustainable Energy Laws, Volume 2

Richard L. Ottinger, Nicholas Robinson, Victor Tafur - 2005 - 595 pages
...impacts on the latter, taking into full account the legitimate priority needs of developing countries for the achievement of sustained economic growth and the eradication of poverty, Recognizing that all countries, especially developing countries, need access to resources required...
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EU Climate Change Policy: The Challenge of New Regulatory Initiatives

Marjan Peeters, K. Deketelaere - 2006 - 352 pages
...impacts on the latter, taking into full account the legitimate priority needs of developing countries for the achievement of sustained economic growth and the eradication of poverty'. The preambular provisions underline that 'the largest share of historical and current global emissions...
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Europe and Global Climate Change: Politics, Foreign Policy and Regional ...

Paul G. Harris - 2007 - 415 pages
...address global warming should first consider the 'legitimate priority needs of developing countries for the achievement of sustained economic growth and the eradication of poverty' (UNFCCC 1992: Preamble). The convention calls on all parties to share the burdens, but to do so in...
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Multilateral Environmental Agreements: State of Affairs and Developments, 2008

Philip J. J. Drost - 2008 - 612 pages
...impacts on the latter, taking into full account the legitimate priority needs of developing countries for the achievement of sustained economic growth and the eradication of poverty, Recognizing that all countries, especially developing countries, need access to resources required...
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