Since its first project in 1987, the Montreal Protocol has undergone many changes in increasing ambitions and reduction targets. As noted in the following section, subsequent changes played a key role in the success of the protocol for reducing the consumption of ODS. The storage and persistence of “old” reservoirs/sources of ozone-depleting substances means that emissions can continue over time, even in the absence of new production. The main mission of the Vienna Convention, the Montreal Protocol and its subsequent revisions was to protect the depletion of the stratospheric ozone layer. However, the desire to reduce and eliminate the use of ozone-depleting substances (SDGs) also has co-beneficial benefits for reducing greenhouse gases. In addition, contracting parties are required to take appropriate measures to ensure that POP waste is exploited in an environmentally sound manner. This involves both destruction and disposal techniques. Although there is no need to clean up the burdens inherited from the past, this rehabilitation must be environmentally friendly. Dowdle WR. The principles of disease elimination and eradication.
Bull World`s health care system. 1998;76 (Suppl 2): 22-5. The European Union`s (EU) foreign policy towards third countries is based on the principles on which the EU is based: democracy and respect for human rights, fundamental freedoms and the rule of law. One of the main external aid objectives of the EU`s foreign policy, as prescribed by the 2009 Lisbon Treaty, is to reduce and eradicate poverty. External aid is an area shared by the EU and its 27 Member States. All have an obligation to coordinate their actions, complement each other and strengthen their actions in order to provide better and more effective external assistance.  For institutional changes affecting foreign aid, see the Commission`s services working paper, 2011 Annual Report, p. 3, at 6 a.m. We believe that an international agreement, supported by the Tripartite World Health Organization, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the World Organization for Animal Health, is needed to help endemic countries publish SMART (specific, measurable, accessible/accessible, relevant, time-related) goals.
These objectives should be achieved through the adoption at the local level of options from a standardized “intervention kit” and progress in achieving these goals should be monitored by standardized and consistent diagnoses. Several intervention instruments are available, which can contribute to the control of T. Solium, but the combination of this algorithm – the most effective control algorithm – has yet to be identified. In order to intensify control efforts and ensure political engagement, stakeholder engagement and funding, we argue that a progressive approach, as developed for rabies control, is needed if control efforts are to be successful and sustainable. The Convention also provides for developed countries to provide technical assistance and develop the capacity to help developing and transition countries meet their obligations.