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环境治理

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'States shall cooperate in a spirit of global partnership to conserve, protect and restore the health and integrity of the Earth's ecosystem. In view of the different contributions to global environmental degradation, States have common but differentiated responsibilities. The developed countries acknowledge the responsibility that they bear in the international pursuit to sustainable development in view of the pressures their societies place on the global environment and of the technologies and financial resources they command'.(Source: Rio Principle 7)
'The Parties should protect the climate system for the benefit of present and future generations of humankind, on the basis of equity and in accordance with their common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities'. (Source: UNFCCC, Art. 3, 1992)

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Broader: 环境法治
Related terms:
different national circumstances
CBDR

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English
common but differentiated responsibilities
French
responsabilités communes mais différenciées
Russian(俄语)
общая, но дифференцированная ответственность
Spanish
responsabilidades comunes pero diferenciadas
Arabic(阿拉伯语)
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Multilateral environment agreements tagged with 共同但有区别的责任

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Convention on Biological Diversity
巴塞尔公约
斯德哥尔摩公约
Montreal Protocol
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
Kyoto Protocol
United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification
地中海生物多样性特别保护区议定书
Governing Council
Minamata Convention on Mercury

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Compliance under biodiversity - related conventions - CBD

Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol