The Benefits from the Implementation of the EU Environmental Acquis in the Candidate Countries

Brink, Patrick ten
November 2002
Intereconomics;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p287
Academic Journal
Focuses on the benefits of the European Union's environmental acquis for the candidate countries in Europe. Reduction of cases of illness; Increase resources for agriculture, forestry and fisheries; Protection and conservation of historic buildings and landscapes.


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