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A.21.2- Developing Countries

A.21.2- Developing Countries

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Commitments to International Cooperation to Accelerate Sustainable Development inDeveloping Countries and Related Domestic PoliciesAgenda 21: Chapter 2 and UN Commission Sustainable Development
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Contents:
1. Stakeholders: Governments1.1 Promoting sustainable development through trade
1.1.1 Finance and cost evaluation
1.2 Providing adequate financial resources to developing countries
1.2.1 Activities1.2.1.1 Meeting international targets of official development assistance funding1.2.1.2 Addressing the debt issue1.2.2 Finance and cost evaluation
 1.3 Encouraging economic policies conducive to sustainable development
1.3.1 Finance and cost evaluation
2. Stakeholder: International Community2.1
Promoting sustainable development through trade
 
2.1.1 Activities2.1.1.1 International and regional cooperation and coordination2.1.1.2 Management-related activities2.1.1.3 Data and Information
2.2
Providing adequate financial resources to developing countries
 
2.2.1 Activities2.2.1.1 Addressing the debt issue
3. Stakeholders: GATT, UNCTAD and other relevant international and regional economic institutions, encouraged by Governments3.1
Promoting sustainable development through trade
 
3.1.1 Activities3.1.1.1 Data and Information
3.2
Making trade and environment mutually supportive
 
3.2.1 Activities
4. Stakeholders: Industrialized and other able countries4.1 Encouraging economic policies conductive to sustainable development
4.1.1 Activities4.1.1.1 Management-related activities
 
Commitments to International Cooperation to Accelerate Sustainable Development inDeveloping Countries and Related Domestic PoliciesAgenda 21: Chapter 2 and UN Commission Sustainable Development
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4.1.1.2 International and regional cooperation and coordination
 
Commitments to International Cooperation to Accelerate Sustainable Development inDeveloping Countries and Related Domestic PoliciesAgenda 21: Chapter 2 and UN Commission Sustainable Development
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1. Stakeholder: Governments
1.1
Promoting sustainable development through trade
 1.1.1 Finance and cost evaluation
Source
 
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
The Conference secretariat has estimated the average total annual cost (1993-2000) of implementing the activities of this programme area to be about $8.8billion from the international community on grant or concessional terms. How much of this sum has the government contributed?Has the government decided upon any specific strategies and/or programmes?Agenda 21Art 2.17
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?b.) What was the impact?c.) How was it measured?2.) If not: Why not?
 
 
1.2
Providing adequate financial resources to developing countries
 1.2.1 Activities
Source
 
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
Have environmental issues, that bear on the international economic environment been approached effectively through a constructive dialogue and genuinepartnership on the basis of mutuality of interests and benefits, taking into account that, in view of the different contributions to global environmentaldegradation, States have common but differentiated responsibilities?WholepopulationCSD IXArt 26
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?b.) What was the impact?c.) How was it measured?2.) If not: Why not?
 
 
1.2.1.1
Meeting international targets of official development assistance fundingSource
 
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
Has the government provided new and additional resources to support Agenda 21 programmes in accordance with chapter 33 of Agenda 21?Agenda 21Art 2.26
1.) If yes: a.) How and When?b.) What was the impact?c.) How was it measured?2.) If not: Why not?
 
 
1.2.1.2
Addressing the debt issueSource
 
 
Recommendation Target Group
 
Target Date
 
Reference
Agenda 21Art 2.28Have Governments undertaken substantial bilateral debt reduction to the poorest and most indebted countries? Poorestcountries

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