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Session :
03EXTCOM(1999)
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[Uniquement en anglais] The Chairperson drew the attention of the Committee to the two main documents of relevance to their deliberations. WHC-99/CONF.205/5 entitled "Report on the state of conservation of Kakadu National Park, Australia" provided a summary of information and deliberations concerning Kakadu up until the date of finalization of the document at the end of May. ...
Session : 3e session extraordinaire du Comité (CONF 205)
Année : 1999
Sites : Parc national de Kakadu
[Uniquement en anglais] The Chairperson reminded Committee members that a mission was sent to Kakadu National Park in late 1998, at the request of the twenty-second session of the Bureau in June 1998. The mission was led by the former Chairperson of the World Heritage Committee, Professor Francioni of Italy. Professor Francioni reported on the mission at the twentysecond session of the ...
Session : 3e session extraordinaire du Comité (CONF 205)
Année : 1999
Sites : Parc national de Kakadu
[Uniquement en anglais] The mission report (WHC-99/CONF.205/INF.3A) focused primarily on ascertained and potential dangers to the World Heritage values of Kakadu National Park posed by the Jabiluka mining proposal, and presented a total of 16 recommendations.
Session : 3e session extraordinaire du Comité (CONF 205)
Année : 1999
Sites : Parc national de Kakadu
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee,(a) Emphasizes the importance of Articles 4, 5, 6, 7 and 11 of the 1972 UNESCO World Heritage Convention. In particular the Committee emphasizes Article 6 (1) which states that:Whilst fully respecting the sovereignty of the States on whose territory the cultural and natural heritage (...) is situated, and without prejudice to property right provided by ...
Session : 3e session extraordinaire du Comité (CONF 205)
Année : 1999
Sites : Parc national de Kakadu
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee,(a) Recognizes, with appreciation, that the Australian Government, Australian Supervising Scientist, advisory bodies (IUCN, ICOMOS and ICCROM) and independent scientific panel (ISP) established by the International Council of Science (ICSU) have provided the reports requested by the twenty-second session of the Committee (Kyoto, 1998);(b) Acknowledges ...
Session : 3e session extraordinaire du Comité (CONF 205)
Année : 1999
Sites : Parc national de Kakadu
[Uniquement en anglais] With consideration of 1 and 2 above, the Committee will remain vigilant in reviewing and assessing the progress made by the Australian Government. To this end the Committee requests that the Australian Government submit a progress report on the following issues by 15 April 2000 for examination by the twenty-fourth session of the Bureau of the World Heritage ...
Session : 3e session extraordinaire du Comité (CONF 205)
Année : 1999
Sites : Parc national de Kakadu
[Uniquement en anglais] To resolve the remaining scientific issues, such as those raised in the ISP report, the Committee asks ICSU to continue the work of the ISP (with the addition of any additional members) to assess, in co-operation with the  supervising Scientist and IUCN, the Supervising Scientist's response to the ISP report. The report of the ISP's assessment should be ...
Session : 3e session extraordinaire du Comité (CONF 205)
Année : 1999
Sites : Parc national de Kakadu