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The Other 70% UNEP’s Marine & Coastal Strategy & Biodiversity - UNEP
United Nations Environment Programme

Presentataion at the 12th Global Meeting of the Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans


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Ecosystem-based Adaptation in Marine and Coastal Areas - TNC
United Nations Environment Programme

Presentataion at the 12th Global Meeting of the Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans


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Focusing on International Waters and Biodiversity Focal Area Strategies - Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the 5th Replenishment
United Nations Environment Programme

Presentataion at the 12th Global Meeting of the Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans


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Biological Diversity Conservation activities in the Black Sea
Black Sea Commission

Presentataion at the 12th Global Meeting of the Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans


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Development of a Regional Programme on Marine & Coastal Invasive Species in the East Asian Seas Region
COBSEA

Presentataion at the 12th Global Meeting of the Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans


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Activities on Marine Biodiversity by the Southeast Pacific Action Plan
CPPS

Presentataion at the 12th Global Meeting of the Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans


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Addressing Biodiversity Issues within NOWPAP
NOWPAP

Presentataion at the 12th Global Meeting of the Regional Seas Conventions and Action Plans


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Reports and Books
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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Summaries
Transboundary lakes and reservoirs: Status and future trends - Volume 2: Lake basins and reservoirs
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme

This document - volume 2 summary for policy makers - highlights the main findings a global baseline assessment of 204 transboundary lake and reservoirs, including delineation of their basins, and identifies 53 threats to human water security and biodiversity on the basis of their basin characteristic.


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Reports and Books
Large marine ecosystems: A global comparative assessment of baseline status and future trends. Volume 4
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Environment Programme

Volume 4 presents the results of the first global indicator-based, comparative assessment of large marine ecosystems, prepared in partnership with IOC-UNESCO (lead), the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the University of West Indies (Cave Hill) Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies (CERMES), the Center for Marine Assessment and Planning (CMAP) University of California Santa Barbara, Dalhousie University, the Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (GESAMP), the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP), the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (TUAT), the University of British Columbia Sea Around Us (UBC SAU), the UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP WCMC), and a number of independent experts. An assessment of the Western Pacific Warm Pool, based on a sub-set of the indicators, is included.


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