Report on the first African regional conference on environment and sustainable development held in Kampala, Uganda, 12-16 June 1989
As a result of the increasing deterioration in the state of the world's environment, the United Nations General Assembly, by resolution 38/161 adopted at its thirty-eighth session, decided to set up a World Commission on ...
Implementation of the African strategies for the implementation of agenda 21 and the African common position : progress report
At its nineteenth meeting in May 1993, following the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), the ECA Conference of Ministers of Economic Planning and Development reviewed the implementation of ...
Environmental considerations for self-reliant economic development in Africa
The paper entitled surveys the environmental dimensions of development activities in developing countries within the framework of problems relating to environmental protection conservation and rehabilitation. The point is ...
Africa's preparations for the United Nations conference on environment and development : Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 1-12 June 1992
In preparation for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) to be held in Brazil in June 1992, ECA has been carrying out promotional activities to enhance the understanding of member States of ...
Report of the seminar for lawyers on development of environmental protection legislation in the ECA region
This paper focused on the report of seminar for lawyers on development of environmental protection legislation in the ECA region.
Executive summary on the outcome of the eighth meeting of the bureau of the African ministerial conference on the environment (AMCEN)
The Bureau meeting, which was chaired by H.E. Mr. Jacques Baudin, President of AMCEN and the Senegalese Minister of Environment and Tourism, was convened on the basis of major findings and conclusions of evaluations/assessments ...
Facing the challenges of sustainable development and environment in Africa : issues paper
Most societies want to achieve economic development in order to secure higher standards of living, now and for future generations. They also seek to protect and enhance their environment to achieve these goals. Sustainable ...