1.94 We reviewed the documents, including integrated fisheries management plans, NAFO and CICTA stock assessments, conservation and enforcement guidelines, and annual reports, to determine conservation objectives and measurable targets for the four selected stocks. We found that conservation objectives and measures vary depending on the status of stocks. A Convention may refer to an actual meeting or conference between the parties, during which they reach an agreement on the final terms of a treaty. However, it is also widely used to describe large-scale agreements between governments. datasets of more than 150 environmental indicators (secretariats or scientists) that are related to the IEA and are working to improve them in order to assess the impact/effectiveness of IEAs, for example. B the whale harvest (1910-2005); acid rain emissions (1980-2005); Emissions of ozone-depleting substances (1986-2005). Use the performance data link or “Data” links in each contract list. Transport Canada recognizes that it is not in a position to monitor all vessels at any time in waters under Canadian jurisdiction and is therefore unable to calculate the actual total amounts of pollutants released intentionally or otherwise. Instead, Transport Canada will use the results of existing inspection surveys and aerial monitoring programs as indicators of the marine industry`s environmental performance. Transport Canada intends to provide a better report on the programs put in place to implement the rules for preventing oil pollution.
Reports for the 2004 season are expected to be completed in the fall of 2005. 1.133 We are aware that determining quantifiable outcomes and subsequently measuring results on the basis of these expectations can be a major challenge in dealing with complex environmental issues. The context and difficulties associated with any agreement we are considering also differ, and that is why we must be careful not to generalize this knowledge to all of Canada`s international environmental agreements. Nevertheless, the results of the audit show that Parliament and Canadians in Canada do not always have adequate information on the progress made under our agreements. In our 1998 report, Chapter 2, Working Globally – Canada`s International Environmental Commitments, we noted that Canada does not always have an overview of how it works in implementing its international environmental commitments. 1.17 Responsibility for responsible services. For each agreement, a federal government department is identified as the main department responsible for this agreement. Normally, the lead division is identified as part of the consultation process that leads to Canada`s ratification of an agreement.
Publications such as Environment Canada`s Compendium of International Environmental Agreements and Foreign Affairs Canada`s database of international environmental agreements (available on the ministry`s website) run the departments. 1.127 In all cases, with the exception of the MARPOL Agreement, the responsible services indicated that they were conducting periodic performance checks to assess environmental outcomes on the basis of expected results.