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(introduction...)

The UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME magazine for environmentally sustainable development

Volume 10, Number 4, 1999

UNEP

HAZARDOUS WASTE

· Svend Auken

· Mostafa K. Tolba

· Xie Zhenhua

Celebration and challenge

Informal diplomacy

Being in earnest

· Claude Fussler

· Philippe Roch

· Joe Farman

Clean = competitive

Waste: 10 years on

Will we learn?


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