International Environmental Agency
Agence environnementale internationale
by F-XF5431 - International Court of the Environment Foundation (ICEF). Full title: International Environmental Agency within the United Nations and intended as a permanent organ of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN) to manage a World Environment Fund. Also referred to as Global Environmental Organization (GEO), Global Environmental Agency and World Environment Organization. 2016 not yet materialized.
Control and monitor the state of the environment; promote and carry out research on the actual state of the environment and on evolution of large terrestrial, marine and atmospheric ecosystems; plan global initiatives for environmental protection and restoration; establish acceptable standards regarding polluting activities which single states may only make stricter.
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