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Summit tourism or meaningful involvement?: Strengthening Civil Society Engagement in UN Processes Environment and Sustainable Development
United Nations Environment Programme

This report aims to provide a starting point for discussions among civil society organizations as well as governments about how the full and effective participation of civil society can be ensured in all international processes related to sustainable development. It contains a summary of experiences and views expressed by representatives of Norwegian civil society organizations, and presents a number of findings and recommendations for the Norwegian government based on these views.


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International Environmental Governance: Report of the Executive Director
United Nations Environment Programme

Prepared pursuant to paragraph 2 of Governing Council decision 26/1, the present report suggests that the Governing Council adopt a draft decision on incremental improvements to international environmental governance, and provides relevant information. It also describes progress in the implementation of decision 26/1, pursuant to paragraph 7 of that decision.


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Consultative Process on Financing Options for Chemicals and Wastes: Final Report on the Implementation of Governing Council decisions SS.XI/8 and 26/7: Report of the Executive Director
United Nations Environment Programme

The present document is the final report of the Executive Director on the consultative process on financing options for chemicals and wastes, as requested by the Governing Council in its decision 26/7 of 24 February 2011. The report is based on, among other things, the outcome document of the fifth and final meeting in the consultative process, held in Bangkok on 6 and 7 October 2011; the co-chairs’ summary of the discussions of the contact group on finance and technical assistance at the first meeting of the Open-ended Working Group of the International Conference on Chemicals Management, held in Belgrade from 15 to 18 November 2011; and multilateral and bilateral consultations with Governments and other relevant stakeholders.


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Report on Activities Undertaken within the UNEP Global Mercury Partnership (August 2014 – December 2015):Note by the Secretariat
United Nations Environment Programme

This report provides a list of the highlights of partnership area activities over the period of August 2014 to December 2015, per partnership area. It is based on the input received from the leads and co-leads of the partnership areas.


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