E/CN.17/1997/3/Corr.1 Global change and sustainable development:  critical trends - Corrigendum

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E/CN.17/1997/3/Corr.1


Economic and Social Council

 Distr. GENERAL
4 March 1997
ORIGINAL: ENGLISH


COMMISSION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Fifth session

7-25 April 1997





          Global change and sustainable development:  critical trends



                        Report of the Secretary-General



                                  Corrigendum





1.   Page 33, figure III.7 "Primary global primary energy mix 1990-2050"



     The headings CDS and WEC/IIASA should be reversed.



2.   Page 59, figure V.3 "Water withdrawal as a percentage of water

     availability 1995"



     (a) The indication for Kuwait should be over 40% rather than under 10%

as shown in the figure;



     (b) The indication for Rwanda should be 10-20% rather than under 10%;



     (c) The indication for Tajikistan should be 10-20% rather than under

10%;



     (d) The indication for the United States of America should be 10-20%

rather than 20-30%.



3.   Page 66, figure V.6 "Water withdrawal as a percentage of water

     availability 2025"



     (a) The indication for Armenia should be 20-40% rather than under 10% as

shown in the figure;



     (b) The indication for the Dominican Republic should be 20-40% rather

than 10-20%;



     (c) The indication for Kenya should be 10-20% rather than under 10%;



     (d) The indication for Rwanda should be 20-40% rather than 10%.



4.   Page 74, figure VI.2 "People living in absolute poverty 1987-1993"



     Data relating to Latin America and the Caribbean and for Middle East and

North Africa should be transposed.





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