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24th Sess. of the Gen. Ass. of the UN... (Canberra, 1970; PP 54), Annex D, p. 102. 28th Sess. of the Gen. Ass. of the UN... (Canberra, 1975; PP 25), para. 126, p. 20. , 6(11), December 1974, p. 3. S. Wriedt led a team chiefly composed of agriculture officials to the World Food Conference. See UN. World Food Conf, Rome, 5-17 November 1974.
In the early 1970s, these gravitated towards problems of air and water pollution, the themes of two key Senate committees. 51 Later that year the federal environment minister announced a national approach to questions of water resources management. Here also there were productive connnections with OECD work. 53 This structure varied over time in response to changing circumstances. 54 More doubts began to be expressed, however, when it was felt that OECD agendas and priorities were being shaped more by the particular requirements of the countries of North America and Western Europe.
56 The trend was in line with Australia's own preferred directions for the organization in the early 1980s. Many apparently exotic subjects, it was argued, could indeed affect the economic interests of western countries. These ranged from global problems of forest depletion, soils, and the build-up atmospheric carbon dioxide, to more specific questions such as the activities of western corporations in developing countries, for example Japanese forestry interests in Borneo, which had both environmental and economic ramifications.