Comisión Centroamericana de Ambiente y Desarrollo (CCAD)
Central American Commission on Environment and Development
1989-12-10 Coronado Costa Rica
10-12 Dec 1989, San Isidro Coronado (Costa Rica), on signature of T-XT8988 - Convenio Centroamericano para la Protección del Medio Ambiente by the Presidents of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala (Guatemala), Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Minister of Belize (Belize). A commission within the framework of F-XF2858 - Central American Integration System.
Contribute to the sustainable development of the Central American region strengthening the cooperation and integration regime of environmental management.
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Council of Ministers, comprising Environmental Authorities of member countries. Presidency, rotating every 6 months among member countries; Executive Secretary; Technical Committees; Executive Secretariat.
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