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South-East Pacific - Governing Instruments
 

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Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment and Coastal Areas of the South-East Pacific

Short Title: Lima Convention
Year adopted: 12 November 1981 (UNEP 2001)
Year entered into force: 1986 (UNEP 2001)
Contracting Parties : Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru (N.B. Panama supports and participates in the Action Plan (UNEP 2001)
Depositary State: Commission of the South Pacific (UNEP 2001)

For Full text of the Convention link to:
http://sedac.ciesin.org/entri/texts/
marine.environment.coastal.south.east.pacific.1981.html

 

Action Plan for the Protection of the Marine Environment and Coastal Areas of the South-East Pacific

Year Adopted: 1981 (UNEP 2001)
Participating Countries : Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Panama (UNEP 2001)

For full text of the Action Plan link to:
http://www.cpps-int.org

 

Agreement on Regional Cooperation in Combating Pollution in the South East Pacific by Hydrocarbons and other Harmful Substances in cases of Emergency

Signed: 12 November 1981
Participating Countries : Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Panama

 

Complementary Protocol on the Agreement for Regional Cooperation in Combating Pollution in the South East Pacific by Hydrocarbons and other Harmful Substances in Cases of Emergency

Adopted: 22 July 1983
Entered into force: 1987

 

Protocol for the Protection of the South East Pacific Against Pollution from Land- Based Sources

Adopted: 1983
Entered into force: 1986

 

Protocol for the Conservation and Management of Protected Marine and Coastal Areas of the South East Pacific

Adopted: 1989
Entered into force: 1984

 

Protocol for the Protection of the South East Pacific from Radioactive Pollution

Adopted: 21 September 1989
Entered into force: 1995

 

Proposed Protocol on the Assessment of the Environmental Impact on the Marine Environment and Coastal Areas the South East Pacific

Signed: to come

 

Proposed Protocol to Prohibit Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal to the South East Pacific

Signed: to come

 

Protocol on the regional program for the study of the El Nino phenomenon in the South East Pacific (ERFEN)

Adopted: 6 November 1992
Participating Countries: Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.

For further information on the Convention and associated Protocols link to:
http://www.cpps-int.org/english/planofaction/conventionsandprotocols.html


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