International Environmental Agreements (Iea) Database Project

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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. There are a number of national and international organizations and interest groups that are actively involved in environmental law issues and engage in environmental law issues and provide free resources on their websites: source assessment is important in this area.