JPRS Report. Environmental Issues [electronic resource].
- [Arlington Va.] : [publisher not identified], 1992.
- Physical Description:
- 93 pages : tables
- Environmental issues (1990- ) ; JPRS-TEN-92-023
- Rules Adopted Against 'Flag-of-Convenience' Tuna Fishing -- 1995 Halt to Trichloromethane -- 1994 Curb on Methyl Bromide -- Draft Accord Stresses Environmental Conservation -- Delegates Fail To Reach Compromise on Draft Accord -- Interparliamentary Group Approves 'Green Tax' -- GEF To Allow Developing Nations To Join Decision-Making -- New Environmental Newspaper Launched -- Country To Participate in Ozone Research Project. Safari 92 Project by Karen Sutton -- NASA Flying Lab To Provide Data by Karen Sutton -- Rehabilitation of Asbestos-Polluted Areas Underway -- Government To Ban CFCs From January 1996 -- Project Would Transfer Water From South to North -- Survey on Nationwide Erosion Problem Completed -- More Water Control Projects on Yellow River Planned -- Steps To Protect Ozone Layer Planned -- PRC Delegate Addresses International Conference on Environment -- Government Seeks International Environmental Help -- State Plans To Step Up Ecological Protection by staff reporter Wang Yonghong -- Li Peng Says Environmental Protection 'Fundamental' Policy by XINHUA correspondent Sun Benyao, Tian Shanchuan -- State To Issue Rules on Controlling Pollution -- Seminar Views Impact of Climate Change on Southeast Asia -- Indonesian Plan for Nuclear Plant Causing Concern -- Australia Provides Climate Change Monitoring Stations -- Ministry Reconsiders Plans for Shipping, Using Plutonium -- Foreign Ministry Announces Nuclear Energy Talks With Russia -- Fisheries Agency Plans Pacific Mammal Protection Organization -- NEC Firm Develops Efficient Plastic Recycling Technology -- Researchers To Present Method for Decomposing TCE -- Environment Agency Issues Report on Water Quality -- MITI Panels Urge Balance Between Environment, Economy -- Tokyo, Beijing To Start Environment-Friendly Coal Study -- Consumer Group Says Banned U.S. Pesticides Sold in Korea -- Korean Elected International Climate Change Panel Co-Chair -- Ministry To Promote Environmental Exchanges With DPRK -- Official 'Concerned' Over Linkage of Trade, Environment -- Minister Briefs Parliament on National Forest Area -- Taiwan Seeks Montreal Protocol Status. CFCs To Be Phased Out in 3 Years -- Official Explains Policy -- Premier Hao Orders Ban on Use of Powdered Rhino Horns -- British Group To Back Taipei's Endangered Species Efforts -- Military In Border Timber Trade With SRV, Cambodia -- Thai Businessmen Blamed for Cambodia's Deforestation -- Logging Operators Experience Problems With Han Deals by Sambat Raksakun -- Scientist Advocates Shutdown of Unsafe Kozloduy Reactors by Docent Todor Dimchev -- Radiation Expert Defends Kozloduy Nuclear Plant by Professor Tsvetan Bonchev -- Experts Study Contamination of Land Around Kozloduy Plant -- Minister Announces Reduction in Pollution -- Legal Specialist Views Danube Dispute With Hungary by Peter Vrsansky -- Gabcikovo Work Suspension Presents Flood Danger -- EC Gabcikovo Report 'Favorable' for CSFR -- Danube Commission Passes Resolution on Bos Affair -- Foreign Minister Views Danube Dispute With Slovakia by Foreign Minister Geza Jeszenszky -- Environmental Damage Noted at Former Soviet Military Airport -- Report Lists Ecological 'High Risk' Regions by Dariusz Grzywaczewski -- Ecological Damage Left by Departing Russian Forces Assessed -- UN Official 'Reasonably' Optimistic About Montenegro Dam Repairs -- Four Countries To Protect Ecology in South Atlantic -- Southern Cone Nuclear Policy Viewed by Alfredo Canedo -- Deep-Sea Fishing Agreement Signed With EEC by Silvina Martinez Porta -- Collor's Industrial Patent Bill Remains Pending in Congress by Teresa Cardoso -- Reluctance To Ratify Environmental Agreements Criticized -- Conference To Urge U.S. Signing of Biodiversity Treaty -- State Forestry Agency Blamed for Deforestation., Yojoa Lake Suffers From Contamination, Deforestation -- Missing Radioactive Elements Cause Concern -- Argentina 'To Resolve' Pilcomayo River Issue -- Expert Forecasts Increasing Arab World Water Shortages -- Sending of Contaminated Fertilizers From U.S. Condemned -- Experts Warn of Global Warming Threat to Country -- Pakistan Joins Montreal Treaty on Ozone Protection -- Russian Scientists Discuss Ecology in Islamic World by ITAR-TASS diplomatic correspondent Sergey Postanogov -- Delegation to Interparliamentary Meeting Urges End to Nuclear Tests by ITAR-TASS correspondent Andrey Kurguzov] -- Yablokov Addresses CIS Ecological Journalism Forum by Viktor Tereshkin -- Ecology Ministry Presents Draft Conversion Plan by Aleksandr Rybakov -- Danilov-Danilyan Says Ecological Situation 'Stabilized' -- Documentary Examines Moscow CW Institute Controversy -- Commission Finds No Grounds for Accusation Against CW Facility by ITAR-TASS correspondent Nikolay Krupenik -- Chuvash Republic Accepts On-Site CW Destruction -- Government Legal Consultant Provides Update on Chernobyl Legislation by Merited Russian Jurist Nikolay Vikulin -- Russian Delegation in Japan To Discuss Nuclear Plant Safety by ITAR-TASS correspondent Andrey Varlamov -- Ministry Admits Tver Nuclear Facilities' Design Flaws by ITAR-TASS correspondent Veronika Romanenkova -- New Type Nuclear Reactor Planned for 1997 by ITAR-TASS correspondent Veronika Romanenkova -- Journalists Acquire 'Radioactive Control Rods' in Murmansk -- Chelyabinsk-65 Suffers 'Terrible Legacy' of Plutonium Production by Oleg Vishnyakov -- Caesium Contamination Detected in Penza -- Altay Officials Resurrect Plans for Controversial Katunskaya GES by Yuriy Tokarenko -- Greenpeace Voyage Into Kara Sea Detailed by Kirill Belyaninov -- Ministry Holds News Conference on Spent Nuclear Fuel Problems -- Deputy Nuclear Power Minister on Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel by ITAR-TASS correspondent Anna Bakina -- Navy Sees No Threat of Nuclear Pollution From Komsomolets by ITAR-TASS military observer Andrey Naryshkin -- Norway Sees 'Little Threat' From Sunken Soviet Submarine -- Murmansk Region Nuclear Waste Site Revealed -- Poor Safety at Murmansk Nuclear Waste Facility Described by Dmitriy Kiselev -- TV Airs Kola Nuclear Radiation Problems by correspondent Obukhova -- Yablokov Interviewed on Nuclear Waste Issues by Andrey Pershin -- Committee Created To Retrieve Buried Nuclear Waste by ITAR-TASS correspondent -- Pollution Possible Cause of Astrakhan Mutant Pathogen -- Residents of Russia's Far East Protest U.S. Company's Tree Felling by ITAR-TASS correspondent Anatoliy Vostokov -- Shushkevich Criticized for Backing Nuclear Power Plant Construction by O. Yegorova -- Ukraine's New Environment Minister Views Priorities by Yu. Kostenko -- Commentary Urges State Support for Aluminum Production by Volodymyr Olefirenko -- Engineers Call for Justification of New Nuclear Units by UKRINFORM correspondent Viktor Mazanyy -- Article Supports Putting Part of Chernobyl Back on Line by Olena Hubina -- Ukraine's UN Delegate Expresses Concern Over Chernobyl Situation -- IAEA Specialists Declare Ukraine's Rovno Nuclear Plant Safe -- Government Considers Natural Resource Use, Pollution Fees by Armine Ohanyan -- Environment Minister Assesses Armenia's Energy Crisis by Minister of Environmental Protection Karine Danielyan -- Turkish Company Submits Proposals on Cleanup of Caspian Sea -- Kyrgyzstan Issues Decree on Environmentally Clean Energy -- Estonia's Environment Minister on Sillamae Pollution by Anneli Roigas -- Estonia's Premier Sees Paidiski Nuclear Plant as 'Threat' -- Estonian Ministry Warns Against Buying Goods From Russian Military -- Latvia Outlines Environmental Goals in UNCED Document by Peter Morris -- Estimates Given for Russian Army's Damage to Latvia's Ventspils Area -- Baltic States Warned on Radioactive Contraband -- EC Approves Limits on Polluting Trucks Crossing Alps -- Chancellor Vranitzy Offers Help in Temelin Power Plant Evaluation -- CEA Opens Pilot Nuclear Waste Furnace -- Plan To Recycle Automobiles Discussed by Yves Ciantar -- PSA To Market Two Electric Cars., and CFC Substitutes Used in Environmentally Friendly Refrigerator by Rainer Antkowiak -- Alternative Solar Cell Materials Studied by Wolfgang Asche -- Bavarian Trade Ministry Funds Thermoelectric Converter -- Electric Vehicles To Undergo Field Trials on Ruegen Island by Norbert Lossau -- Toepfer Plans Plutonium Transport to Scotland -- Experts Note 'Insoluble' Problems in Military Conversion by Nina Gersenberg -- Toepfer Claims 'Nine or Ten' Seizures of Nuclear Material by Environment Minister Klaus Toepfer -- Police Arrest Uranium Smuggler, Unable To Find Contraband -- Environmental Impact of Electric Car Assessed by Bart Stam -- Stockholm Buses Using Hybrid Gasoline-Electric Engines by Lars Eriksson -- ABB Develops Environment-Compatible Solid-Fuel Firing System -- Acid Rain Seen as Main Factor in Epidemic Elk Deaths -- Large Cities Cut Sulfur Dioxide Emissions -- Fresh Influx of Straits Water Aiding Baltic by Henrik Nordh -- New Pesticides Law Seen Having Wide Impact by Gosta Karlsson -- Ministry Preparing Comprehensive Recycling Law by Lars-Ingmar Karlsson -- Pollution Risk Halts Work on Nuclear Waste Plant by Charles Clover -- Coal Pollution Helping Beat Global Warming by Robert Matthews.
- Report Numbers:
- PREX 7.13:
- Document Date: 12/30/1992.
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