Infographic/Flyer
Plastic Management - Infographic
United Nations Environment Programme

This infographic presents key information about plastics including types of plastic, plastic economy, key facts and figures as well as champion countries tackling plastic pollution.


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Infographic/Flyer
Waste - Infographic
United Nations Environment Programme
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Booklet/Brochure
27 Roteiros de Turismo Sustentável no Rio de Janeiro
United Nations Environment Programme

O Passaporte Verde é uma iniciativa do Programa das Nações Unidas para o Meio Ambiente para promover práticas sustentáveis no setor do turismo. Com 27 roteiros de turismo autêntico no Rio de Janeiro, este catálogo especial convida a todos a se unirem a Campanha do Dia Mundial do Meio Ambiente #EstouComANatureza. O turismo sustentável, nesse contexto, tem um papel de destaque, podendo potencializar o sentimento de pertencimento à natureza pelos cidadãos viajantes, além de ampliar a visitação aos Parques Nacionais, encontrando no próprio passeio uma estratégia de conservação.


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Book/Report
Global Mercury: Supply, Trade and Demand
United Nations Environment Programme

A good understanding of mercury supply, trade and demand is critical to effective implementation of the Convention. This report provides detailed and timely information on where mercury comes from, how it moves in commerce, and how it is used in products and industrial
processes. To further facilitate informed decision-making, the report also evaluates data sources, discusses trends and identifies knowledge gaps.


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Summary
Global Mercury: Supply, Trade and Demand - Executive Summary
United Nations Environment Programme

This report provides an overview of the current state of these activities in order to assist governments and other
stakeholders as the Convention moves into the implementation phase.


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Book/Report, Case Study
Realizing Integrated Regional Oceans Governance: Summary of Case Studies on Regional Cross-sectoral Institutional Cooperation and Policy Coherence
United Nations Environment Programme

The case studies summarized in this document illustrate practical experiences of cross-sectoral cooperation for effective implementation of SDG 14 and other ocean-relevant SDGs.


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Guideline
Ecoinovação nos Pequenos Negócios
United Nations Environment Programme, Centro Sebrae de Sustentabilidade
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Book/Report, Case Study
Sustainable Insurance: The Emerging Agenda for Supervisors and Regulators
United Nations Environment Programme

Key sustainability factors are now recognized as potentially significant for the success, safety and soundness of the insurance sector – inspiring reactions by supervisors and regulators. In its role as risk manager, risk carrier and investor, the global insurance sector plays a cornerstone role in the management of sustainability-related risks and opportunities. The risk transfer tools of insurance along with the deployment of its long-term capital base are highly relevant for many of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change.


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Book/Report
Green Finance Progress Report
United Nations Environment Programme

This paper highlights some of the progress made against these seven options in G20 members and internationally since June 2016. Progress described is illustrative and non-exhaustive, drawing on voluntary contributions from GFSG members and a broader review of global trends. While not comprehensive, it provides a useful summary of many of the key developments and the overall progress made to mobilize private capital for green investment.


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Book/Report
Waste Management in ASEAN Countries: Summary Report
United Nations Environment Programme

This summary report examines the waste management landscape in 10 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Member States. This report begins with the statistics on the trends of population growth, urbanization, and economic growth in each of the ASEAN countries, which is then followed by an overview of the waste generation, collection, treatment & recovery, and disposal statistics, and associated environmental, technical, and governance (institutions, policy, regulations) factors in the waste sector. The report also identifies the existing waste management challenges and gaps therein, and sets out recommendations.


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