1.111 In order to ensure the long-term conservation of the Ramsar areas, Member States have requested the development of management plans for each designated wetland. They have adopted management planning guidelines indicating that achieving results is the goal of management planning, that performance objectives and indicators must be measurable, and that established performance indicators must be monitored. 1.130 Recommendation. With regard to the responsibility of international environmental agreements, responsible federal authorities or authorities should clearly specify and document the environmental results they expect; How they will measure and communicate the results and how they will evaluate and verify the results in order to improve performance. In addition, the main light reference agreements have also been grouped according to general environmental themes according to the structure of the situation plan. 1.129 Overall, we found that leading services were not able to properly prove how they did their management and control control. This is especially important when services do not provide or clearly deliver their environmental results or performance. In such cases, it was not easy to see how they wanted to ensure that the desired objectives and outcomes of the agreements were achieved. The UNFCCC aims to regulate greenhouse gas emissions through international cooperation and agreements to reduce emissions to levels that can offset the effects of global warming and climate change. India became a member of the Convention in 1992 and ratified it in 1993. As a developing country (as in the UNFCCC era), India was under no commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
However, this has changed with the 2015 Paris Agreement, under which India committed to participate in multilateral negotiations under the UNFCCC. In this regard, India has played a leading role in the pursuit of the policy framework, including the National Environmental Policy (NPN) and the National Climate Change Action Plan (NAPCC). 1.12 Management challenges. Governments around the world face the challenge of managing an increasingly complex entity of international environmental agreements. According to other national monitoring services, the evaluation of the implementation, compliance and effectiveness of these agreements is complex and often problematic. Despite their growing importance, little is known about the implementation and compliance of these agreements by many countries. 1.4 Defining clear and quantifiable outcomes and then measuring results against these expectations can be a major challenge in dealing with complex environmental issues. Nevertheless, our review of five international environmental agreements shows that the graph below compares the Group of Seven (G7) and bricS on measures such as GDP, participation in environmental agreements, CO2 emissions and the use of renewable energy.