UNEPGEO-2000 Next: Chapter Two: The State of the Environment -->
Previous: Conclusions 
Chapter One: Global Perspectives


Adriaanse, A., Bingezu, S., Hammond, A., Moriguchi, Y., Rodenburg, E., Rogich, D., and Schultz, H. (1997). Resource Flows: The Material Basis of Industrial Economies. A joint publication of the World Resources Institute (WRI), the Wuppertal Institute, the Netherlands Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and Environment, and the National Institute for Environmental Studies (RIVM). WRI, Washington DC, United States

Bagnoli, P., McKibben, W. and Wilcoxen, P. (1996). Global Economic Prospects: Medium Term Projections and Structural Change, Brookings Discussion Paper in International Economics No. 121 (also United Nations University Center for Advanced Studies Working Paper No. 1). The Brookings Institution, Washington DC, United States

BICC (1998). BICC Yearbook: Conversion Survey 1997. Bonn International Centre for Conversion, Bonn, Germany http://bicc.uni-bonn.de/milex/milexdata.html

Carnoules (1998). Carnoules Statement 1997 http://www.baltic-region.net/science/factor10.htm

CDIAC (1998). Revised Regional CO2 Emissions from Fossil-Fuel Burning, Cement Manufacture, and Gas Flaring: 1751-1995. Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States. http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/cdiac/home.html

EEA (1998). Environmental Management Tools for SMEs: a handbook. European Environment Agency, Copenhagen, Denmark

ESCAP/ADB (1995). State of the Environment in Asia and the Pacific 1995. United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, and Asian Development Bank. United Nations, New York, United States

FAOSTAT (1997). FAOSTAT Statistics Database. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy http://www.fao.org

FHA (1990). Estimates of Urban Roadway Congestion: 1990. DOT-T-94-01. Federal Highway Administration, US Department of Transportation, Washington DC, United States

Fortune (1998). Fortune's 500/Global 500. Fortune, Special Issue 1998 http://www.pathfinder.com/fortune/global500/

Fritz, J. S. (1998). Report on International Scientific Advisory Processes on the Environment and Sustainable Development.

UNEP/DEIA/TR.98-1. UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya http://www.unep.ch/earthw/sciadv.htm

FSC (1998). Forest Stewardship Council, http://www.fscoax.org/

Fussler, C., with James, P. (1996). Driving Eco-innovation. Pitman, London, United Kingdom

GATT (1991). Tuna/Dolphin Report. GATT Dispute Resolution Panel, Geneva, Switzerland, September 1991

Gies, F. and G. (1994). Cathedral, Forge and Waterwheel: Technology and Invention in the Middle Ages. HarperCollins, New York, United States

Glyn, A. (1995). Northern Growth and Environmental Constraints. In Bhaskar, V. and Glyn, A. (eds.), The North, The South: Ecological Constraints and the Global Economy. Earthscan, London, United Kingdom

Government of the Czech Republic (1998). Fourth International Workshop on Indicators of Sustainable Development: Report. 19-21 January 1998, Prague, Czech Republic. Charles University Environmental Center, Prague, Czech Republic http://www.czp.cuni.cz/csd/

Hammond, A. L. (1998). Which World? Scenarios for the 21st Century. Island Press, Washington DC, United States

ICTSD (1998). International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development. ICTSD, Geneva, Switzerland http://www.ictsd.org

IIED (1997). Unlocking Trade Opportunities: Changing Consumption and Production Patterns. International Institute for Environment and Development, London, United Kingdom

International Road Federation (1997). World Road Statistics, 1997 Edition. IRF, Geneva, Switzerland, and Washington DC, United States

Lacey, R., and Danziger, D. (1999). The Year 1000: what life was like at the turn of the First Millennium. Little, Brown, London, United Kingdom

Martens, J. and Paul, J. A. (1998). The coffers are not empty: financing for sustainable development and the role of the United Nations. Global Policy Forum, July 1998 http://www.globalpolicy.org/socecon/global/paul.htm

MSC (1999). Marine Stewardship Council, http://www.msc.org/

OECD (1996). Environmental Performance in OECD countries: progress in the 1990s. OECD, Paris, France

OECD (1997). Evaluating Economic Instruments. OECD, Paris, France

OECD (1998). OECD Environment Ministers share goals for action. News Release, 3 April 1998. OECD, Paris, France

Rabobank (1998). Sustainability: choices and challenges for future development. Rabobank International, Leiden, the Netherlands

SIPRI (1998). SIPRI Yearbook 1997. Swedish International Peace Research Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

Töpfer, K. (1998). Statement by Klaus Töpfer, Executive Director, UNEP, to the WTO Symposium on Trade, Environment and Sustainable Development, Geneva, 17 March 1998

UNCSD (1998a). Science and Sustainable Development. E/CN.17/1998/6/Add.3. United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development, United Nations, New York

UNCSD (1998b). United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development (UN CSD), 20 April-1 May 1998, New York, United States http://www.un.org/esa/sustdev/csd.htm

UNDG (undated). A Framework for Change: a report from the United Nations Development Group. UNDG, New York, United States

UNDP (1997). Human Development Report 1997. Oxford University Press, New York, United States, and Oxford, United Kingdom

UNDP (1998). Human Development Report 1998. Oxford University Press, New York, United States, and Oxford, United Kingdom

UNEP (1995). Global Survey: Environmental Policies and Practices of the Financial Services Sector. UNEP, Geneva, Switzerland

UNEP (1998). Financial Services and the Environment: Questions and Answers. UNEP/ROE/98/3. UNEP Regional Office for Europe, Geneva, Switzerland

UNHCR (1998). State of the World's Refugees, 1997-1998: A Humanitarian Agenda. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Geneva, Switzerland http://www.unhcr.ch/sowr97/statsum.htm

United Nations Population Division (1997). World Population Prospects 1950-2050 (The 1996 Revision). United Nations, New York, United States

United Nations Population Division (1998a). World Population Prospects 1950-2050 (The 1998 Revision). United Nations, New York, United States

United Nations Population Division (1998b). World Population Projections to 2150. United Nations, New York, United States

UNSTAT (1997). 1995 Energy Statistics Yearbook. United Nations Statistical Division, New York, United States

UNU (1998). Preparing for a Sustainable Future. Higher Education and Sustainable Human Development: Strategy for Future Action. United Nations University, Paper prepared for the World Conference on Higher Education and Sustainable Human Development, Paris, 5-9 October 1998 (draft)

USACDA (1998). Word Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers 1996. US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Washington DC, United States http://www.acda.gov

WBCSD (1997). Signals of Change. World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Geneva, Switzerland

von Weizsäcker, E., Lovins, A., and Lovins, H. (1995). Faktor Vier. Droemer Knaur, München, Germany

World Bank (1997a). Global Development Finance 1997. The World Bank, Washington DC, United States

World Bank (1997b). Expanding the Measure of Wealth: Indicators of Environmentally Sustainable Development by the World Bank. Environmentally Sustainable Development Studies and Monograph Series No. 17. The World Bank, Washington DC, United States

World Bank (1998). World Development Indicators, 1998. The World Bank, Washington DC, United States

Worldwatch Institute (1997). Vital Signs 1997-98. Worldwatch Institute, Washington DC, United States

WTO (1998). United States Import Prohibition of Certain Shrimp and Shrimp Products. 15 May 1998, Report of the Panel, World Trade Organization, Geneva, Switzerland

UNEPGEO-2000 Next: Chapter Two: The State of the Environment -->
Previous: Conclusions