International Council of Environmental Law (ICEL)
Conseil international du droit de l'environnement (CIDE)
Consejo Internacional sobre el Derecho del Medio Ambiente
Internationaler Rat für Umweltrecht
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1969-11-26 Delhi India
26-27 Nov 1969, Delhi (India). Full title: International Council of Environmental Law - towards sustainable development (ICEL). Legal seat in Geneva (Switzerland). Registered in accordance with Swiss law.
Facilitate professional contact between members, foster the exchange and dissemination of information on the legal and policy aspects of environmental conservation and cooperate with organizations active in those fields; promote the implementation of sustainable development.
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Council, consisting of elected members and Board of Governors, composed of 19 elected Regional and International Governors. 2 Executive Governors elected for 3 years by Board of Governors. Representatives to the United Nations in New York NY (USA), E-XE7552 - United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV) (Austria), Geneva (Switzerland), Nairobi (Kenya) and Beirut (Lebanon).
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