The purpose of this document is to make some observations on the degree of adhesion or follow-up of Governments of Latin America and the Caribbean in respect to the agreements in Chapter 18 of Agenda 21.
|Title||Agenda 21 and integrated water resource management in Latin America and the Caribbean|
|Publication Type||Conference Report|
|Year of Publication||1994|
|Pagination||v, 61 p.|
|Publisher||United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)|
|Place Published||Santiago, Chile|
|Keywords||argentina, brazil, chile, colombia, economic aspects, environment, institutional framework, latin america, legislation, mexico, policies, river basins, unced, venezuela, water resources management, water use|
The purpose of this document is to make some observations on the degree of adhesion or follow-up of Governments of Latin America and the Caribbean in respect to the agreements in Chapter 18 of Agenda 21. Specifically, to see whether steps are being taken to comply with the goals fixed for the year 2000, directed to the integrated management and use of water resources, which are: a. to have designed and initiated costed and targeted national action programmes, and have put in place appropriate institutional structures and legal instruments; b. to have established efficient water-use programmes to attain sustainable resource utilization patterns.
|Custom 1||210, 827|
|Original Publication||Informe de la reunion del grupo de expertos sobre los effectos del programa 21 en la gestion integral de los recursos hidricos de America Latina y el Caribe|