Tagged on: Serials

Reports and Books, Serials
Regional Seas Application of Area-based Management Tools, including Marine Protected Areas: Case Studies. UN Environment Regional Seas Reports and Studies No. 214
United Nations Environment Programme, Mediterranean Action Plan

The present document aims at providing, for the benefits of the negotiation during the intergovernmental conference, practical information on how the selected regional seas conventions that cover areas beyond national jurisdiction identify, assess, designate and develop management programmes for, areas for applying their area-based management tools, including marine protected areas.


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2019
Foresight Briefs, Serials
Hacking Economics for People and Planet - Foresight Brief No. 006 - February 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

As global environmentalism and environmental policy-making has moved into the 21st century, it has not significantly addressed a critical blindspot: the fundamental human system that lies at the root of our ecological and social challenges. This Foresight brief will focus on that particular ‘scientific’ field, that is seemingly immune to the oft-spoken mantras promoting change, innovation and new critical thinking in all other fields.


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2018
Foresight Briefs, Serials
Faith for Earth - Foresight Brief No. 008 - May 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

To several religions, nature is sacred, has intrinsic value, and therefore demands reverent care (Taylor 2010). Utilizing the agility of these beliefs in addressing climate change, energy conservation, sustainable use of biodiversity, and reforestation, among others,
in collaboration with key scientific, economic, public policy, and education partners is crucial for sustainable development (UNEP 2016; Hitzhusen and Tucker 2013). UN Environment has been engaging with faith-based organizations for many years, recognizing the prominent role that they can play in the implementation of the 2030 agenda.


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2018
Foresight Briefs, Serials
Smoke-haze: A Transboundary Air Pollution Issue in Southeast Asia - Foresight Brief No. 007 - March 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

The importance of this issue lies in the fact that smoke haze pollution has been occurring for several decades in Southeast Asia and with each passing year the pollution gets worse and lasts longer (Lin et al 2017). While the haze in 2015 was the longest on record (Tan 2015) the pollution standards index (PSI) data from Singapore has exhibited increasingly higher peaks. The longer the issue goes unaddressed, the greater the public and environmental health impacts and economic costs become. Furthermore, it risks straining relations between the countries within the ASEAN region.


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2018
Serials
UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter; July-August 2017
United Nations Environment Programme

UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter July-August 2017


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2017
Serials
UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter; May-June 2017
United Nations Environment Programme

UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter May-June 2017


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2017
Serials
UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter; March - April 2017
United Nations Environment Programme

UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter March - April 2017


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2017
Foresight Briefs, Serials
Lake Urmia: Signs of Recovery - Foresight Brief No. 004 - November 2017
United Nations Environment Programme

Lake Urmia, located in a mountainous region between the provinces of East and West Azerbaijan in northwestern Iran is one of the country’s most important ecosystems. Recent indications are that the lake is recovering. The focus of this brief is on the extent of this recovery and measures that are being put in place to ensure this is sustained.


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2017
Serials
UN Environment Office for Africa Newsletter; 2016 Highlights
United Nations Environment Programme

Newsletter


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2016
Serials
UNEP in Africa Newsletter: January - February 2016
United Nations Environment Programme

The Newsletter of UNEP's Regional Office for Africa


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2016