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15 (1981), Conf. Res. 13 (1983) and Conf. Res. 21 (1985)). This would imply that annual export quotas for these species be laid down in the respective countries of origin, which would then permit a certain degree of control to be exercised over the volume of international trade. If these quotas were then redefined every year or two years, this would enable the latest data on population trends within the various species to be taken into consideration. Export quotas alone do not suffice, however, as the example of the export quota regulations for the African elephant have shown.

Article 4, para. 3, for example, states that the developed countries shall provide financial resources needed by the developing countries “to meet the agreed full incremental costs of implementing measures that are covered by paragraph 1 of this Article and that are agreed between a developing country Party and the international entity or entities referred to in Article 11, in accordance with that Article”. The term incremental costs as used here is made more specific in Article 12, para. 12, where it is stated that the developing countries “may, on a voluntary basis, propose projects for financing, ...

Box 1 Joint Implementation: Promoting the bilateral system as an interim solution Until such a supranational institution has been established, a simple bilateral negotiation system could be promoted as a preliminary model. Such reciprocal deals have already been concluded at government level. Norway, for example, supports the financing of a coal to gas boiler conversion, an energy saving housing complex in Poland, and a particularly efficient lighting project in Mexico. The Federal Government should actively support the further development of Joint Implementation by agreeing on similar pilot projects.

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