Occasional Paper on Palau

GreenLife Society greenlife.society at worldnet.att.net
Sat Jun 29 21:12:41 EDT 1996

Latest publication in IELPOPS series 

The GreenLife Society announces the release of the 11th paper in its 
International Environmental Law & Policy Occasional Paper Series (IELPOPS), 
entitled "Paradise Lost?  Environmental Prospects And Politics In The 
Republic of Palau." (GLSNA IELPOPS No. 11, February, 1996) (18p.)  The 
paper, authored by Erica Rosenberg, former Senior Legal Counsel for the 
House of Delegates, Palau National Congress,  focuses on the threat to 
Palau's flora and fauna species and suggests means to improve the prospects 
for preserving the nation's rich biodiversity through legal, political and 
educational initiatives. 

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Reseau International d'ONG sur la Desertification (RIOD) 
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