Reports and Books
Proceedings UNEP chemicals workshop on the management of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and dioxins-furans
United Nations Environment Programme

UNEP organized a series of eight regional/ subregional awareness workshops to prepare governments and partners for negotiations and encourage action on POP.


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2000
Reports and Books
An assessment of risk and threats to human health associated with the degradation of the environment
United Nations Environment Programme

The health and well being of human cannot be separated from the natural environment. The challenge lies in maintaining people's health while simultaneously improving the health of ecosystem.


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2000
Reports and Books
Cleaner production assessment in fish processing
United Nations Environment Programme

A guide to the application of Cleaner Production to the fish processing industry, with a focus on the manufacture of fish fillets, canned fish, fish meal and fish oil at fish processing plants. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the environmental impacts of fish processing, and to highlight approaches that industry and government can take to avoid or minimise these impacts by adopting a Cleaner Production approach.


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2000
Reports and Books
Promoting cleaner production investments in developing countries
United Nations Environment Programme

This report shows how cleaner production provides a practical way of moving towards sustainable development.


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2000
Reports and Books
Workshop on sustainable approaches for pest and vector management and opportunities for collaboration in replacing POPs Pesticides, Bangkok, March 6-10, 2000
United Nations Environment Programme,Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,WHO

Proceedings UNEP/FAO/WHO Workshop on Sustainable Approaches for Pest and Vector Management and Opportunities for Collaboration in Replacing POPs Pesticides, Bangkok, March 6-10, 2000.


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2000
Reports and Books
Sustainable development and the future of mineral investment
United Nations Environment Programme

The book aims to reach a wide audience or readers to help explore and analyse how the principles of sustainable development can be extended to mineral enterprises. The content of the book has been maintained at mainly a non-technical level, understandable by readers who are not expert in this specific area, in order to promote a greater understanding of issues surrounding the mineral industries and to stimulate discussion of welfare-enhancing solutions.


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2000
Serials
Ozonaction newsletter no. 36
United Nations Environment Programme

Newsletter dedicated to the protection of the ozone layer and implementation of Montreal Protocol. This is a quarterly publication which details Ozone action programme under the multilateral fund.


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2000
Reports and Books
Methodological and technological issues in technology transfer
United Nations Environment Programme

Summary for policy makers to Methodological and Technological Issues in Technology Transfer.


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2000
Reports and Books
Handbook on the implementation of conventions related to biological diversity
United Nations Environment Programme

Biodiversity Implementation handbook


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2000
Reports and Books
Reporting and transmission of information under the Basel Convention? for the year 1997
United Nations Environment Programme-SBC

Part I of the compilation document includes information under the headings, national definitions, limit or ban on import, limit or ban on export, notification of transboundary movement, disposals which did not proceed as intended, transboundary movement reduction measures, measures for implementation of the Basel Convention, effects on health and the environment, bilateral, multilateral and regional agreements, accidents occurring during the transboundary movement and disposal of hazardous wastes, disposal/recovery options available, technology development for the reduction and/or elimination of production of hazardous wastes and other wastes, sources of technical assistance and training, sources of technical and scientific know-how, sources of advice and expertise, sources of resources, sources of experts available for assistance in case of emergency, and other matters.


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2000