By: SS Olson and NL Montgomery
Provides a background in the origin of international environmental concerns and controls; the way in which these concerns manifested themselves in treaties, laws, and standards; how countries differ in current expectation; and, most importantly, the evolving consensus of using a universal quality assurance standard for environmental management.
Introduction International Standards, Treaties and Agreements An Introduction to International Environmental Controls The Influence of Command and Control Regulations The Most Significant Conventions and Agreements An Introduction to International Standards Organizations and the Development Process Guiding Principles and Practices for Business Programs of the United Nations International Environmental Management Systems Standards The European Union Sources of Additional Information Directory of Governing International Environmental Organizations List of Relevant Documents and Publications Information Available on the Internet Glossary Bibliography Index Appendices
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