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The Convention on the Sustainable Management of Lake Tanganyika: Working Draft No. 4

The Lake Tanganyika Biodiversity Project has been formulated to help the four riparian states (Burundi, Congo, Tanzania and Zambia) produce an effective and sustainable system for managing and conserving the biodiversity of Lake Tanganyika into the foreseeable future. It is funded by the Global Environmental Facility through the United Nations Development Programme.This document, the fourth working draft, is the latest English language version of the draft Convention, now re-named the ‘Convention on the Sustainable Management of Lake Tanganyika’ and purports to contain the amendments and alterations agreed at the Regional Workshop.

398: Pollution Control and Other Measures to Protect Biodiversity of Lake Tanganyika (LTBP)

29 May 2014 by iwlearn

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The Convention on the Sustainable Management of Lake Tanganyika: Working Draft No. 4.pdf

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