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The China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED) was established in 1992 by the Chinese government following an international environment conference held in Beijing in October 1990. It is a high level non-governmental advisory body with the purpose "of further strengthening cooperation and exchange between China and the international community in the field of environment and development."Currently, the China Council has entered its third phase (2002-2007) and the first meeting of the third phase was held in Beijing from October 23 to 25, 2002.
+ China Council for International Cooperation on Environmental and Development
+ Phase III (2002-2007) of CCICED
The First Meeting of
the Third Phase of CCICED
Premier Zhu Talks About Sustainable Development
Woodland Areas Need Sustainable Strategies
China Wrestling with How to Reconcile Conservation with Development in Western Regions
Vice-Premier Hails Sustainable Development
More Measures to Protect Environment Soon
Environment Strategic for Sustainable Growth
Term of Reference of CCICED (Phase III) (Draft)
Explanation of Drafting of and Amendment to Terms of Reference of CCICED Phase III and Rules of Procedures
2002 Report by Task Force on WTO and Environment
Speech by Executive Vice Governor of Fujian Province
Speech by Vice Chairman of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region
Speech by Vice Governor of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region
Executive Summary by Arthur J. Hanson of International Institute for Sustainable Development

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