JPRS Report. Environmental Issues [electronic resource].
- [Arlington Va.] : [publisher not identified], 1994.
- Physical Description:
- 66 pages : tables
- Environmental issues (1990- ) ; JPRS-TEN-94-022
- Roundup of Environmental Reports From 9-28 August -- Country Committed To Phasing Out Ozone-Depleting Chemicals -- Beijing 'Widely Using' Remote Sensing Research -- Grassland in Hebei Province Expanding 'Greatly' -- Administration To Take Steps To Control Coastal Pollution by He Jun -- Jiangxi Lake Cleared of Pollutants; Fish Return -- Afforestation of Nation's North Produces Economic Benefits -- Jiangsu Helps People Affected by Water Pollution -- Guangxi Zhuang Region Draws Up Laws To Protect Rare Animals -- Southeastern Gansu Makes Progress in Afforestation Efforts -- Premier Li Peng Calls for Efforts To Clean Huaihe River -- Qinghai Province To Produce Pollution-Free Foods -- State Council Adopts Draft Regulation on Nature Reserves -- China's Action Plan for Protecting Biological Diversity -- Conference to Discuss Population, Resources, Environmental Development in Pacific Area by Fu Congbin -- 1994 Pollution Prevention and Control Plan by Reporter Liu Xiaojun -- Xiamen Pilots in Controlling Sea Pollution -- China Makes Headway in Major Afforestation Projects -- ROK, Japan, PRC, Russia To Adopt Regional Environment Plan -- Minister--Greenhouse Gas Emission Goals 'Not on Track' -- Officials Tour Kratie, View Logging Export Operation -- Editorial Notes Impact of Environmental Destruction -- MOFA's 'Information War' With Greenpeace -- Funds Sought for Environmental Research in Antarctic -- Observation Satellite To Carry Ozone Sensor -- Environment Agency Seeks Eight Percent Budget Boost -- Countries To Back Northwest Pacific Marine Environment Plan -- President Urged To Establish Environment Protection Program -- Nations Debate Over Fishing at UN Conference -- Air Pollutants Declining in Most of Country -- Package To Set Up Environment-Related Trade Barriers Noted -- Shrimp Farming, Mangrove Destruction Reported -- Efforts To 'Regreen' Waste Land Viewed -- Southern Cone Environmental Issues Through 12 August -- Brazil Offers To Share Meteorological SCD-I Satellite -- Nations Attend Biodiversity Meeting, Declaration Adopted -- Kerala River Pollution Threatens Lives -- National Environment Panel To Be Established by Askari H. Zaidi -- Agriculture Ministry To Help Palestinians Fight Pollution by Liat Collins -- Environmental Minister Discusses Programs by Mehdi Mlika -- Industrial Pollution Sources Identified by Ridha Lahmar -- Majak Nuclear Incident Said Not Uncommon -- Totsk Military Site Termed Source of Ecological Danger -- Pacific Fleet Barred From Dumping Nuclear Waste in Far Eastern Seas -- Lack of Funds Holding up Radioactive Waste Recycling by ITAR-TASS correspondent Veronika Romanekova -- Official 'Categorically' Opposes Radioactive Waste Dunping -- Ecological Threat to Tundra Caused by Oil Field Development by Aleksandr Makhlin -- Moscow City Duma Deputy on Nuclear Reactors, Potential Dangers by Vladimir Katushenku -- Authorities Neglect Ecological Catastrophe In Aral Sea Region by Ismail Zhalilov -- Open Letter to Yeltsin on Appropriations for Ecology -- New Documents Detail Activities of 'Komsomolets' Expeditions by Vladimir Svartsevich -- Pacific Fleet Denies Plans To Dump Radioactive Waste at Sea by Andrey Gavrilenko -- Pacific Fleet Will Not Dump Radioactive Waste in Sea -- Discarded Kerosene Lake Threatens Azov Sea Waters by Andrey Aderekhin -- Totsk Military Site Termed 'Source of Geological Danger' -- Yeltsin Greets Participants of Ecological Forum in Moscow -- Waste Management, Storage in Minsk Deemed 'Critical' by Boris Zalesskiy -- Environmental Issues: Cost, Damage, Future by Information Division of Press and Information Department of the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs -- Minister Details Environmental Damage by Russian Troops -- Nazarbayev on Efforts To Save Aral Sea.
Former Nuclear Test Sites Potential Source of Revenues by Audrey Vaganov -- Radiation Decontamination Plan Outlined by Viktor Slavgorodskiy -- Funding Approved for Aral Sea Protection Fund -- Lack of Set Strategy To Handle Baltic Sea Spills Viewed by Liga Laizane -- Experts Foresee Most Serious Impact of Floods on Economy -- Scientist Reports Americium-241, 242 Found Around Chernobyl by UKRINFORM correspondent Olena Alikhanyan -- Chernobyl Reactor Not To Shut Before 2005 by Nur Nigmatullin -- Systems for Exhaust Gas From Small Plants Sought by Ursula Schiele-Trauth -- Combination Heat and Power Plant Replaces Old Plant by AW -- Means of Recycling Construction Debris Proposed by Martin Boeckh -- Industry Breakthrough in Polyurethane Recycling Announced by Juergen Siebenlist -- Study Says Only Laws Enforce Environmental Protection by Stefan Willeke -- EU Adopts Looser Guidelines for Drinking Water by Sylvia von der Weiden -- Tough Measures Proposed Against Ozone by Christa Friedl -- Toepfer, BDI Discuss Environmental Issues in Industry -- Environmental Technology Exports to China To Be Discussed -- Overhaul of Nuclear Waste Policy Begins by Roger Highfield -- IAEA's Blix Outlines Future of Nuclear Power by International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Hans Blix.
- Document Date: 9/20/1994.
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