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Report of the ad hoc Open-ended Working Group established pursuant to General Assembly Resolution 72/277 [Advance] - Co-Chairs: Amal Mudallali, Permanent Representative of Lebanon to the United Nations, and Francisco Duarte Lopes, Permanent Representative of Portugal to the United Nations
United Nations General Assembly
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2019
[Co-chairs Summary of the Second Substantive Session of the Ad hoc Open-ended Working Group established under General Assembly resolution 72/277 of 10 May 2018 and Provisional Agenda for the Third Substantive Session - Transmittal Note of the President of the General Assembly]
Mudallali, Amal, Lopes, Francisco Duartes
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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
Report of the Fourth Meeting of the Executive Board of the Special Programme to Support Institutional Strengthening - Advance Copy
United Nations Environment Programme

The fourth meeting of the Executive Board of the Special Programme to support institutional strengthening at the national level for the implementation of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions, the Minamata Convention and the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (SAICM) was opened at 9 a.m. on 29 January 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland, by Mr. Jacob Duer, Chief of the Chemicals and Health Branch.


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2019
Symposium on Strengthening Legal Frameworks to Combat Wildlife Crime in Central and West Africa: Report - Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, 11 and 12 September 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

This is a report of a symposium held in Abidjan, on strengthening legal frameworks to combat wildlife crime in Central and West Africa.


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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
Report of the Consultative Meeting on the Development of an African Strategy for Ocean Governance
United Nations Environment Programme

Report of the Consultative Meeting on the Development of an African Strategy for Ocean Governance. The meeting was held in Nairobi, 29-30 November 2018.


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2018
Informe - Segmento Ministerial
United Nations Environment Programme

Informe final de la XXI Reunión del Foro de Ministros de Medio Ambiente de América Latina y el Caribe


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2018
Co-Chairs’ Summary (Un-edited version) - Meeting of the Group of Friends of the Co-chairs for the Montevideo Programme for the Development and Periodic Review of Environmental Law
United Nations Environment Programme

The key purpose of the meeting was to discuss and endorse the content of the secretariat’s proposal for the work of the UN Environment Programme in the area of environmental law for a specific period beginning in 2020, to be submitted for consideration by the United Nations Environment Assembly at its fourth session in March 2019.


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2018
African Ministerial Conference on the Environment Seventh Special Session: Report of the Ministerial Meeting
United Nations Environment Programme, African Ministerial Conference on the Environment

This report also contains the Nairobi Declaration on Turning Environmental Policies into Action through Innovative Solutions for Environmental Challenges in Africa.
Additionally, decisions adopted: Decision SS.VII/1: Biological diversity; Decision SS.VII/2: Climate change and Decision SS.VII/3: Africa’s engagement in the fourth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly of the United Nations Environment Programme.


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2018