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International Information on the Environment

Index

A-C
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Agriculture
Air Quality
Animals
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Biodiversity
Biosphere
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Children
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Compliance
Conflict
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D-F
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Economics
Ecosystems
Energy
Environmental Assessment
Environmental Policy
Ethics
Fisheries
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G-J
Globalization
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Health
Human Settlements
Indigenous Peoples
Islands

K-P
Labor
Lakes
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Marine Environment
Minerals
Noise Pollution
Nuclear Waste
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Pesticides
Plants
Pollution

R-Z
Rivers
Sanitation
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Statistics
Sustainable Development
Trade
Treaties and Conventions
Urban Planning
Waste Minimization
Water
Wildlife
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Biosphere

International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme: The Miombo Network was formed to create a regional network for global change research on the dominant biome of Southern Africa: the Miombo Woodlands. It includes all those Southern and Central African ecosystems which occur under a hot, subhumid, seasonally-wet climate on soils derived from acid crystalline geologies.

MABNetAmericas - The Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Program of UNESCO has designated over 100 biosphere reserves in the Western Hemisphere in recognition of their excellence in combining programs of conservation, sustainable development, and scientific research. The goals of MABNetAmericas are to: increase access to data obtained at protected sites and promote use of common data standards for reporting species inventories and biological monitoring.

UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB) . MAB designates biosphere reserves, areas of terrestrial and coastal ecosystems, for conservation, to foster economic and human development which is socio-culturally and ecologically sustainable, and to provide support for research, monitoring, education and information exchange.



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