Toolkit, Training document
Eco-i Manual - Metals Supplement
United Nations Environment Programme

The sector specific supplement for metals value chains is an integral part of the Eco-I manual, as it applies the eco-innovation methodology with all its phases and activities on the metals value chain. Valuable background information, learning case studies as well as tips&tricks facilitate the implementation of eco-innovation in the metals sector.


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Toolkit, Training document
Eco-i Manual - Chemicals Supplement
United Nations Environment Programme

The sector specific supplement for chemicals value chains is an integral part of the Eco-I manual, as it applies the eco-innovation methodology with all its phases and activities on the chemicals value chain. Valuable background information, learning case studies as well as tips&tricks give hands on examples and therefore can facilitate the implementation of eco-innovation in the chemicals sector.


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Toolkit, Training document
Eco-i Manual: Eco Innovation Implementation Process
United Nations Environment Programme

The Eco-I manual introduces the methodology for the implementation of eco-innovation within small and medium sized companies in developing and emerging economies. The manual presents the core eco-innovation process and provides 54 activities to support organisations that provide professional consulting services to SMEs on the implementation of eco-innovation projects.


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Periodical/Newsletter
UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter - Jan-Feb 2017
United Nations Environment Programme
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Booklet/Brochure
Harnessing Opportunity: Wastewater as a Managed Resource
United Nations Environment Programme

This publication showcases some of the innovative approaches being used and provides guidance on how communities can put their wastewater to purposeful reuse — asreclaimed water — for the benefit of all.


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Annual Report
UN Environment 2016 Annual Report: Empowering People to Protect the Planet
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme

Annual report


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Book chapter
Energy Profile: Madagascar
United Nations Environment Programme

Madagascar’s population in 2013 was 22.92 million (World Bank, 2015). Electricity produced in 2015 was 223 ktoe of which 61.8 per cent came from fossil fuels and 36.3 per cent from hydro sources. Final consumption of electricity in the same year was 323 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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Book chapter
Energy Profile: Libya
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2013, Libya had a population of 6.2 million and in 2015, the total amount of electricity produced was 3,105 ktoe of which 99.9 per cent was from fossil
fuels. In the same year, final consumption of electricity was 2,690 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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Book chapter
Energy Profile: Liberia
United Nations Environment Programme

By 2013, Liberia had a population of 4.29 million. In 2015, Liberia produced 41 ktoe of electricity of which 53.6 per cent was from hydro, 24.3 per cent from fossil fuels and 21.4 per cent from biofuels and waste. Final consumption of electricity in the same year was 3 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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Book chapter
Energy Profile: Lesotho
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2013, the population of Lesotho was 2.08 million. In 2015, total electricity produced was 33 ktoe and all of it came from hydro sources. Final consumption of electricity in the same year was 44 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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