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Third Face-to-Face Meeting of the GEO for Youth Authors
United Nations Environment Programme

The agenda for the Third face-to-face meeting of the GEO for Youth authors to be held at the Vienna International Centre, Wagramer Strasse 5, 1220 Vienna, Austria from 15-17 May 2019.

Meeting Objectives:

• Reduce the amount of text in each chapter to about 5000 words, in order to ensure a concise
and focused product.
• Advance the chapters to their second order draft stage, including completed infographics,
videos and other multimedia elements.
• Develop a work plan for ensuring that the second order draft is fully completed by 3 weeks
following the Vienna meeting.
• Collaborate with other authors and the co-chairs to ensure links are made across the chapters to
create a coherent narrative for the report.
• Produce initial draft of the Executive Summary for whole report (1000 words).


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2019
Report of the Ninth Meeting of the Global Mercury Partnership Advisory Group
United Nations Environment Programme

Report of the Ninth Meeting of the Global Mercury Partnership Advisory Group


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2019
GEO-6 Key Messages (Developed by the Bureau Members of the Summary for Policymakers Meeting) - Note by the Secretariat
United Nations Environment Programme

As an outcome of the negotiation meeting of the Summary for Policymakers of the sixth Global Environment Outlook (Jan. 21-24, 2019 Nairobi) the Bureau of the meeting was requested to take the responsibility for finalizing a ‘Key Messages’ document that would concisely explain to Ministers and senior decision makers what the key messages were emerging from the main assessment report. The Bureau proceeded in this task by requesting input from all Member states present at the negotiation meeting on the draft of the Key Messages document. In addition, the Bureau requested input from the High-level Intergovernmental and Stakeholder Advisory Group and the co-chairs of the GEO-6 assessment.


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2019
Second Authors Meeting for the Sixth Global Environment Outlook for Youth
United Nations Environment Programme

During this meeting, the GEO for Youth authors will discuss the second order draft of the GEO for Youth report and address the feedback from the internal review process.


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2019
Second Global Session of the UN Science Policy Business Forum on the Environment
United Nations Environment Programme
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2019
Member States Meeting on the Draft Summary for Policymakers of the Sixth Global Environment Outlook
United Nations Environment Programme

Information Note


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2019
Why Do We Need an Earth System Approach to Guide the Global Pact for Environment?
Common Home of Humanity, Instituto internacional de derecho y medio ambiente (IIDMA)
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2019
Inputs of the International Centre for Comparative Environmental Law (CIDCE) in view of the Second Substantive Session of the Ad Hoc Open-ended Working Group established pursuant to Resolution 72/277 “Towards a Global Pact for the Environment”
International Centre for Comparative Environmental Law
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2019
Legal Readiness for Climate Finance: Private Sector Opportunities - Report and Findings of Roundtable held at King’s College London, 25 January 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

This report summarises the agenda and findings of the Legal Readiness for Climate Finance: Private Sector Opportunities roundtable co-convened by King’s College London, UN Environment, and Legal Response International. It is part of an ongoing King’s College
London/UN Environment partnership to stimulate collaborations and mutual learning between public and private stakeholders in developing and developed countries for transformational change.
This roundtable was aimed at the public sector and focused on experiences of Kenya and Mexico as case-studies. Delegates at that workshop subsequently indicated a strong desire to engage with the private sector, especially lawyers, financiers, and investors.


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2019
Reports and Books
Global Chemicals Outlook II - From Legacies to Innovative Solutions: Implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
United Nations Environment Programme

The Global Chemicals Outlook II – From Legacies to Innovative Solutions: Implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, mandated by the UN Environment Assembly in 2016, seeks to alert policymakers and other stakeholders to the critical role of the sound management of chemicals and waste in sustainable development. It takes stock of global trends as well as progress made and gaps in achieving the global goal to minimize the adverse impacts from chemicals and waste by 2020.


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2019