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What Best Explains The Following International Agreements On Environmental Issues

1.1 International environmental agreements reflect important government policies on major environmental issues and Canadians should know what has been achieved and what has not been achieved through these agreements. We reviewed five international environmental agreements to determine whether the relevant federal departments know to what extent the concrete objectives of the agreements are being achieved. We found that services were informed to varying degrees of their ability to achieve the environmental objectives and outcomes of their respective agreements. Between 1857 and 2012, 747 multilateral agreements on the environment were concluded. [3] After the Intergovernmental Conference in Stockholm in 1972, the creation of international environmental agreements multiplied. [5] The United Nations has made MMAs popular, most MMAs have been implemented since 1972 at the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (also known as the Stockholm Conference). [6] The Stockholm Declaration was adopted by the 113 countries attending the conference and was the first major universal document in an environmental issue. [6] The themes covered in these agreements are very broad: biodiversity and nature protection, climate change, protection of the ozone layer, desertification, chemical and waste management, cross-border water and air pollution, environmental policy (including impact assessments, access to information and public participation), work accidents, maritime and river safety, environmental responsibility. The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, has affected international consensus on the issue of climate change. During the summit, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was established, which was originally signed by 166 countries and finally entered into force on 21 March 1994.

To date, it has been ratified by 197 countries. 1.114 We also found that site managers are not required to provide regular information about the status or results of their websites, and Environment Canada has not collected this information otherwise.



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