Population, Environment and Poverty Linkages

Operational Challenges

No. of pages: 79

Publication Date: 2001

Author: UNFPA

ISBN: 0-89714-546-1

This new report provides an overview of the complex interrelations between population, the environment and poverty and the operational challenges they engender. The report documents UNFPA support for a number of programme initiatives in this area, and concludes that in order to achieve the mutually reinforcing UNCED and ICPD goals, now mainstreamed in the Millennium Declaration, actions are required by both developed and developing countries.

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