Who will give what?
USA: 66 per cent above the international environmental aid levels of 1990 (though nobody knows what this means in dollars).
Japan: Will increase its aid support from about US $1 billion a year by 50 per cent to about US $1.4 to US $1.5 billion a year from 1992 to 1996. Germany: Will reach the 0.7 per cent target as soon as possible, keeping in mind the needs of its Eastern European neighbours.
UK: Has promised to "mobilise" its aid programme (without any specific sums of money mentioned).
France: Will reach the 0.7 per cent target by 2000; will double its contribution to the GEF.
Canada: Has promised to "do more" over the next five years; will exchange the last of Canada's aid-related debt of US $145 million owed by Latin American countries for funding sustainable development projects.
Netherlands: Will increase aid by 0.1 per cent of GNP for the implementation of global environmental agreements.
European Community: Has promised to provide US $4 billion "including new and additional resources" for Agenda 21 projects over an unspecified period. Finland: Will reach the 0.7 per cent target by 2000.
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding discharge of waste water by M/s. Hotel Presidency into a storm water drain, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, 09/01/2022
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding brick kilns operating illegally in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 04/11/2022
- Carbon capture landscape 2022
- Renewables 2021 global status report
- Net Zero by 2050: A roadmap for the global energy system
- Written submission by M/s V.V. Mineral on beach sand mining, Tamil Nadu, 16/01/2021