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Reports and Books
Measuring Progress: Towards Achieving the Environmental Dimension of the SDGs
United Nations Environment Programme

Did you know that only 23% of the environment-related SDG indicators are on track to meet the target if current trends continue? For 68%, there is not enough data to assess progress and for 9% there is not progress toward achieving the target. Specifically, progress has been made on all 11 environment-related SDGs indicators related to policy, financial and institutional processes with available data; there has been mixed progress in improving access to environmental resources and reducing the impacts of environmental degradation on human health and food security; and there is either no data or no progress towards all 12 of the SDGs targets related to the state of the environment. In order to achieve the environmental dimension of sustainable development, there is a need to scale up environmental action and also to improve environmental monitoring and analysis.


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2019
Agenda of the Sub-regional workshop on lead paint elimination for Central Asia and Eastern Europe
United Nations Environment Programme

Agenda of the Sub-regional workshop on lead paint elimination for Central Asia and Eastern Europe


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2019
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Global Montreal Protocol Award for Customs and Enforcement Officers
United Nations Environment Programme

Global Award for Customs and Enforcement Officers: Compilation of iPIC Consultations & Seizures


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2019
Participants List - Sub-regional Workshop on Lead Paint Elimination for Central Asia and Eastern Europe
United Nations Environment Programme
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2019
Regional Multi-stakeholder Consultations for Europe in Preparation for the 2019 UN Environment Assembly September 3 – 4, 2018, Tallinn, Estonia - Agenda
United Nations Environment Programme

The fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA4) will be held in Nairobi from 11 - 15 March 2019. The Assembly is expected to deliberate on “Innovative solutions for environmental challenges and sustainable consumption and production”. The Global Major Groups and Stakeholders Forum (GMGSF), a meeting of civil society organizations to prepare for the Assembly, will take place prior to the Assembly.


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2018
Europe and Central Asia Countries Explore Opportunities for Energy Efficient Cooling under Kigali Amendment - Information Note
United Nations Environment Programme

Forty-seven experts including officials from 13 governments in Europe and Central Asia gathered in this Mediterranean city to identify opportunities and forge cooperation for promoting energy efficient cooling equipment in their countries and region.


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2018
Europe & Central Asia (ECA) Meeting of Montreal Protocol and Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning (RAC) Experts
United Nations Environment Programme

Acquainting ozone officers and managers of refrigeration associations from Europe and Central Asia with ozone-layer and climate friendly technologies using natural refrigerants


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2018
Europe & Central Asia (ECA) Meeting of Montreal Protocol and Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning (RAC) Experts
United Nations Environment Programme

Refrigerant Literacy and Real Alternatives online courses to strengthen the knowledge of ozone officers and managers of refrigeration associations from Europe and Central Asian countries


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2018
Europe and Central Asia Meeting of Ozone Officers in Antalya, Turkey, 11-12 October 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

European and Central Asian countries, the Ozone Secretariat and implementing agencies of the Montreal Protocol met in Antalya to share information and lessons learned from their efforts to reduce the use of ozone-depleting and global warming chemicals.


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2018
Quarterly Report to the 143rd Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives - Second Issue: April to July 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

This report aims to provide the Committee of Permanent Representatives to the UN Environment Programme with an update on key developments in the period 1 April to 31 July 2018.


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2018