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Summary of the Third Informal Consultation between the Trade Committee and CSOs.
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Letters sent by several NGOs on the environment issue and the reply from the Chairman of Export Credit Group
English, , 95kb
Implementation of a National Observatory for Monitoring Techno-Economic Data of the Italian Fleet and the Evaluation of Socio-Economic Parameters.
Objectives of the OECD expert meeting: Reach agreement on further advancing work on developing indicators that track the state and trends in agriculture's impact on biodiversity.
(The OECD standards are the same as the UN/ECE standards).
During the completion of the OECD (2001) publication Environmental Indicators for Agriculture Volume 3: Methods and Results, an extensive bibliography was established covering the main agri-environmental indicator themes.
OECD work on Agri-Environmental Indicators (AEIs) is primarily aimed at policy makers and the wider public interested in the development, trends and the use of agri-environmental indicators for policy purposes.
The recorded use of non-tariff measures (NTMs) on food and agricultural products -- such as plant and animal health requirements and technical regulations -- has risen rapidly in recent years.