Lists of international environmental treaties, conventions and other conventions with links to text, membership, performance data, secretariat and summary statistics. More than 1,300 multilateral, 2,200 bilateral and 250 “others.” Grouping by date, subject and “line” of legally related agreements (e.g. B agreements on the Montreal Protocol). The “others” include environmental agreements between governments and international organizations or non-state actors, not two or more governments. NEW: Membership links in contract lists now contain annual state reports and the same information in the Stata format for data analysis. The International Engineering Alliance (IEA) is a global non-profit organization that brings together members from 41 countries in 29 countries with seven international agreements. These international agreements govern the recognition of engineering degrees and technical skills. How many multilateral environmental agreements have been signed? Data or diagram of agreements by year and type (contract, protocol, modification). The IEA website is constantly being reviewed and updated. During 2017, a comprehensive review was initiated by numerous bilateral agreements and a complete update of the accession measures of all MEAs and a large number of BEAs. The current content includes more than 1,300 MEAs, more than 2,200 BEAs, 250 other environmental agreements and more than 90,000 “accession actions” (signature, ratification or entry into force; Press releases here).
A big thank you to Jorg Balsiger and Lorris Germann of the University of Geneva, who identified more than 650 BEAs and laid the groundwork for the IEADB to become a comprehensive list of bilateral and multilateral environmental agreements. Here is a list of AEMs after ten years. Teachers, principals and all other non-unionized school staff must sign an individual employment contract. For most types of school employment, advertised individual employment contracts are available. You can download the corresponding IEA from the list below. In 2011, IEA Chief Economist Fatih Birol said that the current equivalent of $409 billion in fossil fuel subsidies was promoting wasted energy consumption and that subsidy cuts are the most important policy item that would help renewable energy gain more market share and reduce CO2 emissions.  22 countries and the European Commission participate in the Bioenergy IEA: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, European Commission, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. There is an urgent need to intensify the development and use of clean energy technologies around the world to achieve international energy and climate targets, in particular to reduce CO2 emissions from sectors outside the energy sector, such as transport, buildings and industry.