LC 23

Agenda Item Doc. No Title Submitted by Date received

1

  Adoption of the agenda    
  LC 23/1 Provisional agenda   01/12/2000
  LC 23/1/2

A Profile of the World Organization of Dredging Associations

World Organization of Dredging Associations (WODA)

09/08/2001
  LC 23/1/3

Participation of international Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in meetings convened under the London Convention 1972

Secretariat 26/09/2001
  LC 23/INF.5

Annotations to the Provisional Agenda and Draft Timetable

Secretariat 12/10/2001

2

  Status of the London Convention 1972 and of the 1996 Protocol thereto    
  LC 23/2 This is a request to Contracting Parties to inform the Consultative Meeting of their intention to ratify or accede to the 1996 Protocol to the London Convention 1972 Secretariat 10/08/2001
  LC 23/2/1

Report of the Secretary-General on the status of the London Convention 1972

Secretary-General 16/08/2001
  LC 23/2/2

Report of the Secretary-General on the status of the 1996 Protocol to the London Convention 1972

Secretary-General 16/08/2001

3

  Compliance issues    
  LC 23/3 Guidance on the National Implementation of the 1996 Protocol to the London Convention 1972 Canada and the Netherlands 10/08/2001
  LC 23/3/1 Evaluation of responses received on questionnaires LC.2/Circ.403 and LC.2/Circ.411 concerning London Convention compliance issues Secretariat 03/10/2001
  LC 23/3/2 Proposal on Reporting Procedures for vessels or aircraft observed dumping in alleged contravention of the London Convention or the 1996 Protocol to the London Convention United States 16/08/2001
  LC 23/3/3 Draft GEF Project Concept Document South Africa 12/09/2001
  LC 23/3/4 Status of compliance with the notification and reporting requirements under Article VI(4) of the London Convention 1972 Secretariat 26/09/2001
  LC 23/INF.6 Proposal on future activities Canada 22/10/2001

4

  Administrative and financial arrangements for the London Convention 1972 and the 1996 Protocol thereto    
  LC 23/4 Incorporation of the London Convention 1972 into the structure of the International Maritime Organization Brazil 31/07/2001
  LC 23/4/1 Outcome of discussions in IMO Council regarding the proposal by Bolivia and Brazil to incorporate the London Convention into the structure of IMO and additional advice on this issue by the Secretariat Secretariat 31/07/2001
  LC 23/4/2 Comments of the United States on document LC 22/4 United States  
  LC 23/4/3 Draft revised Rules of Procedure Secretariat 26/09/2001
  LC 23/4/3/ Add.1 Draft revised Rules of Procedure Secretariat 25/10/2001
  LC 23/4/4 Draft Long-term Work Programme for the Consultative Meeting Secretariat 18/10/2001

5

  Consideration of the report of the Scientific Group    
  LC 23/5 The dumping of contaminated dredged material arising from the construction of Container Terminal 9 (CT9) in the waters of Hong Kong, China and China Greenpeace International 10/09/2001

6

  Interpretation of the London Convention 1972    
  LC 23/6 The dumping of obsolete space equipment and launch vehicle components at sea Greenpeace International 10/09/2001
  LC 23/6/1

Comments by Japan on the interpretation of "industrial waste" under paragraph 11(e) of Annex I to the London Convention 1972

Japan 12/09/2001

7

  Matters relating to the management of radioactive wastes    
  LC 23/INF.3 Inventory of Accidents and Losses at Sea involving Radioactive Materials (IAEA-TECDOC-1229) International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) 21/09/2001
  LC 23/INF.4 Status of the IAEA report "Guidance on radiological assessment procedures for the protection of human health to determine if materials for disposal at sea are within the scope of the London Convention 1972" International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) 04/10/2001

8

  Technical co-operation and assistance    
  LC 23/8 In 1997, the Nineteenth Consultative Meeting adopted the London Convention Technical Co-operation and Assistance Programme. Several technical assistance projects have been carried out in recent years, but implementation of this Programme has been hampered due to staffing problems at IMO and to lack of a strategy. The Scientific Group, at its twenty-fourth session (May 2001) considered a first proposal for a strategy and in general supported the proposals contained in document LC/SG 24/3/1. This document is a revised version of that document, taking into account the discussion at that session Chair of the Scientific Group 12/09/2001
  LC 23/INF.7 Relationship between the International Convention on the Control of Harmful Anti-fouling Systems (5-10-01) and LC 72; proposal for the Jamaica Workshop IUCN 22/10/2001

9

  Outreach to prospective new Contracting Parties    

10

  Monitoring for the purposes of the London Convention 1972    

11

  Preparation for "RIO + 10" Conference in 2002    

12

  Relations with other organizations in the field of marine environmental protection    

13

  Future work programme and date for the Twenty-fourth Consultative Meeting    

14

  Any other business    
  LC 23/INF.2 CEDA Dredging Day 2001: DREDGING SEEN - Perspectives From The Outside Looking In World Organization of Dredging Associations (WODA) 12/09/2001

15

  Election of Chairman and Vice-Chairmen    

16

  Consideration and adoption of the report    
  LC 23/16 Report of the twenty-third consultative meeting Secretariat 20/12/2001

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