Reports and Books
Light for Life: Identifying and Reducing the Health and Safety Impacts of Fuel-Based Lighting
United Nations Environment Programme

Energy efficient, off-grid lighting solutions offer the most promising and scalable means to eliminate adverse health outcomes associated with fuel-based lighting, while lowering the costs and reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. This study suggests next steps and policy options to improve the lives of people who depend on off-grid lighting services. Policies and programs seeking the greatest possible benefit should target the most impacted geographical and demographic user groups.


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Summaries
Environmental Assessment of Ogoniland - Executive Summary
United Nations Environment Programme

The report represents the best available understanding of what has happened to the environment of Ogoniland – and the corresponding implications for affected populations – and provides clear operational guidance as to how that legacy can be addressed. This executive summary presents a summary of the report’s key findings and recommendations.


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Summaries
The Adaptation Gap Report 2017: Towards Global Assessment - Executive Summary
United Nations Environment Programme

The report explores key opportunities and challenges associated with assessing progress on adaptation at the global level. The report synthesizes information relevant for the ongoing work under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to prepare for the implementation of the Paris Agreement.


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Reports and Books
Rapid Environmental Assessment of the Urban Community of AlFayha’,Lebanon
United Nations Environment Programme
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Manuals and Guides
A Training Manual on Integrated Environmental Assessment and Reporting: Training Module 2: National IEA Process Design and Organization
United Nations Environment Programme

This module on the design and organization of a national IEA process is based on UNEP’s GEO approach to IEA. The module provides an overview of why the process is important, how it is established and governed, who would participate and in what role. It gives advice on the allocation of resources, and explains the stages involved in setting up and implementing a GEO-based IEA process. It will give you a better understanding of the role and structure of the process, and your role in participating or managing it. This module also explains how other modules in this training manual fit into the IEA process.


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Manuals and Guides
A training Manual on Integrated Environmental Assessment and Reporting: Training Module 7: Creating Communication Outputs from the Assessment
United Nations Environment Programme

There are many techniques and products to communicate the results of an integrated environmental assessment (IEA) following the UNEP Global Environment Outlook (GEO) approach. This module guides you through the communications process, showing you how to get your message to the audiences you want to reach.


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Manuals and Guides
A training Manual on Integrated Environmental Assessment and Reporting: Training Module 8: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning – for Improvement and Increased Impact of the IEA Process
United Nations Environment Programme

Module 8 promotes an improvement-oriented evaluation that aims to increase the effectiveness of national or sub-national IEA process by feeding lessons learned into the next cycle. Learning plays a central role. It shapes the monitoring and evaluation process, and keeps knowledge creation connected with policy making.


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Manuals and Guides
A Training Manual on Integrated Environmental Assessment and Reporting: Training Module 3: Developing an Impact Strategy for Your IEA
United Nations Environment Programme

This module will focus on methods to position and deliver a national IEA so that it can have real impact on environmental policy and practice at a series of levels, ranging from local to national.


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Chapters and Articles, Manuals and Guides
Envisager le futur
United Nations Environment Programme
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Chapters and Articles, Manuals and Guides
Cibler un thème d’évaluation environnementale: la vulnérabilité humaine due au changement environnemental
United Nations Environment Programme
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