Kurz zum Klima: Multilaterale Umweltabkommen – Multivitamine für die Welt
AbstractJede Erweiterung eines bestehenden Umweltabkommens kann einen weiteren Schritt in Bezug auf einen verbesserten Umweltschutz bedeuten. Deshalb ist es sinnvoll, den Beitrag eines Landes am globalen Umweltschutz anhand der Anzahl seiner multilateralen Umweltabkommen zu bemessen. Vor allem die westeuropäischen Länder sind Spitzenreiter bei der Menge ihrer multinationalen Umweltabkommen.
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Volume (Year): 63 (2010)
Issue (Month): 21 (November)
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