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Convention of Nature Protection and Wildlife Preservation in the Western Hemisphere

Chosen international agreement which is : the Convention of Nature Protection and Wildlife Preservation in the Western Hemisphere

Where I have to do the following:

Contrast the economic effects of your chosen international agreement on the developing world with the effects on industrialized countries.

Recommend at least one change to your chosen international agreement to increase efficiency.

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The Convention of Nature Protection and Wildlife Preservation in the Western Hemisphere aims to protect and preserve natural habitats of all species and genera of their native flora and fauns. This also ensures that no species comes close to extinction by man's influence. It also protects geological feature, regions and objects of natural ascetic, scientific value, or historic value.

In the Biodiversity Convention negotiations, the developed countries agreed that developing countries would not have to assume conservation obligations unless the developed countries took steps to transfer either additional financial resources for conservation or some of the benefits resulting from the exploitation of developing states' genetic resource (Roger and Moore, 1995). The Convention has thus allowed developing countries agree to take ...

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The convention of nature protection and wildlife preservation are determined. The economic effects of the chosen international agreements on the developing world and the effects on industrialized countries is examined.

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