INTRODUCTION ACOPS's global program in the field of protection of the coastal and marine environ- ment, spearheaded by its headquarters in London, will continue to focus on land- based sources of marine pollution in the period 1993-95. ACOPS commenced its global program in anticipation of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), culminating in studies prepared for the Swedish government (ministries of foreign affairs and environment) and a public-awareness campaign, including a conference held in the European Parliament, Brussels, 3-5 July 1991. ACOPS's global program on this topic will continue in preparation of the 1995 diplomatic conference to be held in Washington, D.C., following a decision made at the 17th governing council of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). ACOPS's work will continue to be based on multidisciplinary research such as the study prepared, with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), for ACOPS's Lisbon conference, held from 3 to 5 May 1993, and which was published by the World Bank in 1993. The main component of ACOPS's global program will be a meeting in Brazil (probably Rio de Janeiro) in June 1995 to review the program on land-based sources of marine pollution in
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