V.J.3 CONVENTION ON WETLANDS OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AS WATERFOWL HABITAT (AS AMENDED)
(2,869 words)

Concluded at Ramsar, 2 February 1971

Entered into force, 21 December 1975

Status information appears at end of document

 

The Contracting Parties,

Recognizing the interdependence of man and his environment;

Considering the fundamental ecological functions of wetlands as regulators of water regimes as habitats supporting a characteristic flora and fauna, especially waterfowl;

Being convinced that wetlands constitute a resource of great economic, cultural, scientific and recreational value, the loss of which…

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“V.J.3 CONVENTION ON WETLANDS OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AS WATERFOWL HABITAT (AS AMENDED)”, in: International Law & World Order: Weston's & Carlson's Basic Documents, Weston & Carlson. Consulted online on 23 February 2019 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2211-4394_rwilwo_SIM_032974>
First published online: 2015
First print edition: 20150929



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