LRTAPLong-Range Transboundary Air Pollution (also seen as LRTBAP)
LRTAPLong Range Transport of Atmospheric Pollutants (various locations)
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The Union has concluded that it is time for the LRTAP Convention and UNEP, with the support of WMO and other relevant bodies, jointly to map out a common pathway to a more effective global framework for air pollution, providing integrated and cost effective systems for monitoring atmospheric changes, assessing issues and negotiating abatements strategies.
In 1998, the parties to the original LRTAP Convention executed a Protocol on POPs.
The LRTAP development may also contain elements of this logic, both in the somewhat varying scope of the protocols compared to the all-encompassing convention and in the establishment of a smaller and more ambitious [NO.
The LRTAP treaty was ratified on 16 March 1983 after the required 16 nations signed.
573 [hereinafter LRTAP VOC Protocol]; Protocol to the 1979 Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution, Oct.
Invitation to tender: improving the calculation of emissions of air pollutants in accordance with the requirements of the lrtap convention - tier tier 2, decision 2013/18) and the application of the protocol on control of emissions of volatile organic compounds or their transboundary fluxes ) and the application of the protocol on control of emissions of nitrogen oxides or their transboundary fluxes 3.
The UNECE's LRTAP Convention consists of a framework treaty for forty-nine countries supplemented by binding protocols on individual pollutants.
110) The introduction to the Bill states that its purpose is "to implement pesticide-related obligations of the United States under the international conventions or protocols known as the PIC Convention, the POPs Convention, and the LRTAP POPs Protocol.
The institute responsible for the World Bank study, for instance, participated in a major analysis for the PPGC to support the preparation of the "Energy Policy of Poland: Program Up to the Year 2010," as well as in a study for the Ministry of the Environment that was related to the negotiations of new protocols to the LRTAP Convention.
According to Kotov and Nikitina, Russia's incomplete transition to a decentralized system of environmental regulation governed by market incentives for air pollution control has made it understandably much more difficult for that nation to continue implementing the LRTAP.