Commission on SustainableDevelopment: FourthSession:Protectionof the Oceans,All Kindsof Seas,Including Enclosedand Semi-enclosed Seas, and CoastalAreasand theProtection, Rational UseandDevelopmentofTheir Living Resources: Reportof the Secretary-General, 12February1996.*
*EDITORS' No're.-This document was extracted from the on-line offerings of the United Nations Department for Policy Coordination and Sustainable Development (DPCSD). The source is the Commission on Sustainable Development (4th session, 18 April-3 May 1996), ProtectionoftheOceans,AllKindsofSeas,IncludingEnclosedandSemi-enclosedSeas,andCoastalAreasandtheProtection,RationalUseandDevelopmentofTheirLivingResources,ReportoftheSecretary-General,12 (February1996, E/CN.17/1996/3. 1.UnitedNationsConferenceonFnvironmentandDevelopment,Riodejaneiro,3-14june1992, vol. 1,ResolutionsAdoptedbytheConference, sales no. E.93.I.8 and corrigendum (New York: United Nations, 1993), Res. 1, Annex 2.
2. Ibid., Par. 17.1.
3.OfficialRecordsof theThirdUnitedNationsConferenceontheLawof theSea, vol. 17, sales no. E.84.V.3 (New York: United Nations, 1975), A/Conf. 62/122. 4. See the report of the Secretary-General on the Law of the Sea, 1 November 1995, UN document A/50/713, and the January 1996 update (internal).
5. A more extensive listing of achievements is given in the addendum to this report. It should be noted that detailed information on achievements at the national level has not yet
become available through the process of national reporting and could not be included in this report or the addendum.