GBMWHAGreater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area (Australia)
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Thus the GBMWHA Petition refers to the World Heritage Committee's response to the previous Petitions, the Joint Report and the Strategy, as well as recent scientific evidence from, inter alia, the IPCC, in making the case for an in danger listing.
The issue of whether or not the far-reaching measures called for by the GBMWHA Petition are within the ambit of the obligations imposed by the Convention hinges on the interpretation of articles 4, 5 and 6.
Having examined the nature and extent of the obligations imposed by the substantive provisions of the Convention, it is possible to assess whether the calls for aggressive mitigation strategies in the GBMWHA Petition fall within the scope of the Convention Arguably, the effect of articles 4, 5 and 6, when read together, is to impose and obligation on States Parties to drastically sites.