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Paragraphs in "Agreement On The Conservation Of Albatrosses And Petrels" coded as INFO

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Art.3.1.e e) ensure the existence and appropriateness of training for, inter alia, the implementation of conservation measures;
Art.3.1.g g) exchange information and results from albatross and petrel, and other relevant, conservation programmes; and
Art.3.3.d d) in other exceptional circumstances, in which case, unless an exceptional circumstance is of the nature of a short-term emergency, a prior environmental impact assessment shall be carried out and made publicly available in accordance with requirements in the Action Plan established by Article VI.
Art.3.4 4. Any exemption under paragraph 3 of this Article, shall be precise, and limited in space and time, and shall not operate to the detriment of the conservation status of albatrosses or petrels. Any Parties granting such exemptions shall, as soon as possible, submit full details of them to the Secretariat.
Art.4.1 1. Effective implementation of this Agreement requires assistance to be provided to some Range States, including through research, training or monitoring for implementation of conservation measures for albatrosses and petrels and their habitats, for the management of those habitats as well as for the establishment or improvement of scientific and administrative institutions for the implementation of this Agreement.
Art.4.2 2. The Parties shall give priority to capacity building, through funding, training, information and institutional support, for the implementation of the Agreement.
Art.5.1x.a a) develop systems for collecting and analysing data, and exchanging information;
Art.5.1x.b b) exchange information regarding adoption and enforcement of legislative and other management approaches to conservation of albatrosses and petrels;
Art.5.1x.c c) implement education and awareness programmes for users of areas where albatrosses and petrels may be encountered;
Art.5.1x.d d) design and implement comprehensive programmes for public information in relation to the conservation of albatrosses and petrels;
Art.5.1x.e e) develop and implement training programmes on conservation techniques and measures to mitigate threats affecting albatrosses and petrels; and
Art.5.1x.f f) undertake exchange of expertise, techniques and knowledge.
Art.8.10 10. The Meeting of the Parties may require any information relevant to the effective functioning of this Agreement to be supplied to the Parties by way of the Secretariat, in addition to the information required by Article VII (1) c).
Art.9.6.a a) provide scientific, technical and other advice and information to the Meeting of the Parties and, through the Secretariat, to the Parties;
Art.9.6.d d) prepare a report to each ordinary Meeting of the Parties after the first on the implementation of the Agreement, with particular reference to the Action Plan and the conservation measures undertaken. Each such report shall include a synthesis of such information as Parties are required to submit to the Committee through the Secretariat under Article VII (1) c), and an assessment of the status and trends of albatross and petrel populations, but:
Art.9.6.e e) submit to the Secretariat for circulation to the Parties, not less than one hundred and twenty days before each ordinary session of the Meeting of the Parties, a report on its own activities;
Art.10.1x.f f) to provide to each ordinary session of the Meeting of the Parties a report on its work;
Art.10.1x.h h) to provide information to the general public concerning the Agreement and its objectives, and promote the objectives of this Agreement;
Art.11.4 4. The Secretariat shall consult and cooperate with these bodies in exchanging information and data, and may, with the consent of the Chair of the Advisory Committee, invite these bodies to send observers to relevant meetings.