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Overview of Global Efforts to Eliminate Lead Paint: Briefing on the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint for Permanent Missions
United Nations Environment Programme, Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint

Briefing on the Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint for Permanent Missions


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2018
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The Role of Industry in the Elimination of Lead in Paint
International Paint & Printing Ink Council (IPPIC)

“IPPIC notes the long-standing effectiveness of lead-use restrictions that are already in place in many jurisdictions around the world and recommends their widespread adoption by authorities not currently regulating the use of lead in paint and printing ink. To this end, IPPIC supports the UN’s Lead Paint Alliance “Model Law”, as a useful starting point for both government and industry to collaborate on developing restrictions that ensure widespread and verifiable compliance.”


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2018
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Overview on NIPs Umbrella Component - Global Project on the Updating of National Implementation Plans for POPs
Alvarez, Jacqueline
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2018
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Global Workshop “From NIPs to Implementation” 23-24 October 2018: Meeting Objectives
Alvarez, Jacqueline
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2018
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Initial Assessment of NIP Data - Global Project on the Updating of National Implementation Plans for POPs
Castro Scarone, Sandra, Benzo, Martín

Presentation at the workshop on Global project on the updating of National Implementation Plans for POPs


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2018
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The Role of Civil Society in Eliminating Lead Paint Globally
United Nations Environment Programme

IPEN Participating Organizations in 125 Countries working on, Persistent Organic Pollutants, Toxic Metals: (e.g. Lead and Mercury) and Chemical Safety (SAICM)


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2018
Presentations, Manuals, Guides and Toolkits
Judicial Training Materials on Environmental Law : Application of Environmental Law by national Courts and Tribunals
United Nations Environment Programme

UNEP’s Global Judges Programme was conceived in the context of strengthening the Rule of Law in the area of sustainable development. The Rule of Law comprises an intricately inter-linked chain of fundamental ideas including equality before the law, the independence of the judiciary, transparency, consistency and accountability in the administration of law and the notions of equity, justice and fairness. The Rule of Law is also essential for the realization of sustainable development, which itself is founded on equitably balancing environmental, social and economic considerations in decision-making at all levels.


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2006
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Workshop on NIP Implementation: Brazil at a Glance
Government of Brazil
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Sustainable Development Goals, Inter-Linkages, Statistical Systems and UN Global Platform: A Collaborative Environment for the Global Statistical Community
Jansen, Ronald
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Minamata Convention [Video Presentation]
Duer, Jacob

A short video on Minamata Convention


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