Committee of International Development Institutions on the Environment (CIDIE)
Comité des institutions internationales de développement sur l'environnement (CIDIE)
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1980, by representatives of the 9 international development organizations signatory to the Declaration of Environmental Policies and Procedures Relating to Economic Development of 1 Feb 1980, New York NY (USA).
Promote the full integration of environmental considerations into all development activities of member institutions through collaborative approaches in pursuance of the Stockholm (Sweden) and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) Conferences; contribute to CDS's work and deliberations regarding relevant chapters of Agenda 21.
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Committee comprises representatives of 17 international intergovernmental development assistance institutions which have signed the Declaration. Secretariat provided by UNEP.
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