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Número: (115) II
Año: 1993


1. For the environmental activities of these and other international organizations see Lynton K. Caldwell, International Environmental Policy: Emergence and Dimensions 2nd ed. (Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 1990) 95-111; 198.
2. Mary E. Kelly and Dick Kamp, “Mexico-U.S. Free Trade Negotiations and the Environment: Exploring the Issues,” Border Ecology Project (Austin, Texas: Texas Center for Policy Studies, January, 1991).
3. UN Resolutions and Decisions Adopted by the General Assembly 44th Session, 22 December 1989, Resolution 228.
4. Donnella Meadows et al., The Limits to Growth (New York: Universe Books, 1972); and J. W. Forrester, World Dynamics (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Wright-Allen, 1971; 2nd ed., 1973).
5. Donnella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows and Jorgen Randers, Beyond the Limits: Confronting Global Collapse—Envisioning a Sustainable Future (Post Mills, Vermont: Chelsea Mills, 1992).
6. Alexander King and Bertrand Schneider, The First Global Revolution: A Report by the Council of the Club of Rome (New York: Pantheon Books, 1991).
7. M. T. Farvar and J. P. Milton, eds., The Careless Technology: Ecology and International Development (Garden City, New York: Natural History Press, 1972).
8. Stanley P. Johnson and Guy Corcello, The Environmental Policy of the European Community (London: Graham and Trotman, 1989). Note also Nigel Haigh et al., European Community Environmental Policy in Practice (London: Graham and Trotman, 1986).
9. Lynton K. Caldwell, Science and the National Environmental Policy Act: Redirecting Policy Through Procedural Reform (Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1982).
10. See issues of Impact Assessment Bulletins quarterly publication of the International Association for Impact Assessment, 1981.
11. Convention on Nature Protection and Wildlife Preservation in the Western Hemisphere: open for signature at the Pan American Union, October 1940, Washington, D.C.: Union Panamericana/Organización de las Estados Americanos, Documentos Oficiales, OEA/Ser.A/74a (SEPF). See also Selected Multilateral Treaties in the Field of the Environment (Nairobi: United Nations Environment Program, 1982).
12. Inter-American Specialized Conference to Deal with Problems Relating to the Conservation of Renewable Natural Resources in the Western Hemisphere, Final Report, Mar del Plata, Argentina October 18-22, 1965, Washington, D.C.: Pan American Union/Organization of American States, 1966, 38.
13. Latin American Regional Conference on Conservation of Renewable Natural Resources, San Carlos de Baraloche, Argentina, 27 March - 2 April, 1968. IUCN typescript text.
14. Victor H. Martinez, “Hacia la creación del Sistema Interamericano para la Conservación de la Naturaleza,” Ambiente y Recursos Naturales Revista de Derecho, Política y Administración IV.2 (Abril-Junio 1987): 12-. Also in “Preservación ambiental international en las Américas,” Cuadernos I de la Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (Buenos Aires: Noviembre 1987):29-61.
15. Group of 100, “A Latin American Ecological Alliance,” New York Times 22 July 1991; A5, International.
16. Group of 100, “The Morelia Declaration,” New York Times 10 October 1991, A19 National.
17. See International Organization 29 (Summer 1975): 893-901. For text see In Defense of Earth: The Basic Texts on Environment - Founex, Stockholm, Cocoyoc (Nairobi: UNEP, 1981) 110-19.
18. The Tepoztlan Seminar was sponsored by the Committee on Urban and Regional Studies of the Latin American Social Science Council (CLACSON), the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), and the Inter-American Planning Society (SIAP). See Habitat News 2 2 (November 1980): 18.