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Fragen zur grenzüberschreitenden Gewässerbewirtschaftung

  • Joaquim Evarista da Silva
  • Margarida Cardosa da Silva

Zusammenfassung

Zur Umsetzung einer globalen Umweltpolitik ist eine effektive internationale Zusammenarbeit unerläßlich, bei der sowohl die Wechselbeziehungen zwischen verschiedenen Umweltproblemen als auch die Wechselbeziehungen im Rahmen der Weltwirtschaft beachtet werden müssen.

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  • Joaquim Evarista da Silva
  • Margarida Cardosa da Silva

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