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  1. Library Resource
    April, 1994

    Esta Norma Oficial Mexicana establece las especificaciones para mitigar los efectos adversos ocasionados en los suelos y cuerpos de agua por el aprovechamiento forestal. Las Secretarías de Agricultura y Recursos Hidráulicos y de Desarrollo Social por conducto de la Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente, en el ámbito de sus respectivas competencias, vigilarán el cumplimiento de la presente Norma.

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    A report on a workshop in Terrat, Tanzania

    Reports & Research
    January, 1994

    This a report of a workshop held in December 1994, that aimed to find new ways of working with conflict over land use. A number of case studies in northern Tanzania were discussed.

  3. Library Resource
    International Conventions or Treaties
    January, 1995

    The  Beijing Platform for Action, an agenda for women's empowerment, spelled out a set of objectives and actions to be taken by governments, the international community, non-governmental organisations and the private sector to overcome obstacles to women's equality. Amongt the critical areas of concern relevant to women's land rights mentioned in the document are the following:

  4. Library Resource

    Конституция Республики Таджикистан.

    November, 1994

    The Constitution has the highest legal power, direct application (Article 10) and supremacy on the whole territory of Tajikistan. The Constitution proclaims the establishment of a democratic, legal, secular and unitary State (Article 1), where the State power is based on the principle of separation of powers (Article 9).

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    July, 1994

    All citizens of the Republic of Moldova are equal before the Law indifferent on their origin, their origin, their social and patrimonial state, their race and nationality, their sex, education, language, religion, occupation, place of residence and other circumstances (Article 4).

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    January, 1995

    Will intensifying the road network around market areas produce greater economic returns and less environmental damage than extending the road network into new areas?Rural roads promote economic development but also facilitate deforestation. To explore the trade-offs between development and environmental damage posed by road building, Chomitz and Gray develop and estimate a spatially explicit model of land use.

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