The IEA website is constantly being reviewed and updated. During 2017, a comprehensive review was initiated by numerous bilateral agreements and a complete update of the accession measures of all MEAs and a large number of BEAs. The current content includes more than 1,300 MEAs, more than 2,200 BEAs, 250 other environmental agreements and more than 90,000 “accession actions” (signature, ratification or entry into force; Press releases here). A big thank you to Jorg Balsiger and Lorris Germann of the University of Geneva, who identified more than 650 BEAs and laid the groundwork for the IEADB to become a comprehensive list of bilateral and multilateral environmental agreements. Here is a list of AEMs after ten years. (h) the development and promotion of environmentally friendly goods and services; (a) the exchange of delegations, experts, technicians and professionals from the academic sector, non-governmental organizations, industry and governments, including study visits, to strengthen the development, implementation and evaluation of environmental policies and standards; The cooperation developed under the agreement can be achieved through capacity-building measures, whether bilateral or regional: The relevant provisions of bilateral or regional free trade agreements between the parties in the field of environmental cooperation, including Article 9 of Chapter 17 (Environment) of the Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement and the United States, may be done on the basis of technical and/or financial assistance programmes, including: (b) the development and promotion of incentives and other flexible and voluntary mechanisms for promoting the environment, including the development of market-based initiatives and economic incentives; 2. The Commission meets once a year in the country of the party chairing the Commission, unless the Commission decides otherwise. The first meeting of the Commission is expected to take place within six months of the agreement coming into force. The presidency of the Commission is held annually between the contracting parties. A senior official from the U.S. Department of State will chair the first meeting of the Commission. The Chair, unless the Commission decides otherwise, runs in alphabetical line of contracting parties among the senior officials appointed by the service or department of each of the parties covered in paragraph 3.
Each party should ensure that its departments or departments play a direct or indirect role in the Work of the Commission during an environmental mission. (d) facilitate partnerships, links or other new channels for the development and transfer of knowledge and technology between representatives of the scientific, industrial, intergovernmental and non-governmental communities and the government, in order to promote the development and/or exchange of good practices and interest of the parties for environmental information and data; RECONNAISSANT the long and productive history of this cooperation between these seven governments and the importance of implementing the agreement in close consultation, if in close coordination with existing and future environmental agreements, agreements, initiatives and mechanisms of cooperation between and between their countries, description: this protocol and its six annexes complement the 1959 Antarctic Treaty in order to improve the protection of the Antarctic environment and its dependent and related ecosystems.