Tagged on: Background Documents

Why Do We Need an Earth System Approach to Guide the Global Pact for Environment?
Common Home of Humanity, Instituto internacional de derecho y medio ambiente (IIDMA)
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2019
Paper 1: Background
United Nations Environment Programme
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2019
Elements for the Ministerial Dialogue:Innovative Solutions for Decoupling
United Nations Environment Programme

Elements for the Ministerial Dialogue:Innovative Solutions for Decoupling for Ministerial Dialogue during the XXI Meeting of the Forum of Ministers of Environment of Latin America and the Caribbean to be held on 11-12 October 2018.


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2018
Elementos para el Dialogo Ministerial: Derechos y Gobernanza Ambiental
United Nations Environment Programme

Elementos para el Dialogo Ministerial sobre Derechos y Gobernanza Ambiental para la XXI Reunión del Foro de Ministros de Medio Ambiente de América Latina y el Caribe


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2018
Agenda Item 4.1: Note on Agenda and Draft Structure of the Assembly and the Open-Ended Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives
United Nations Environment Programme

Note on agenda and draft structure of the Assembly and the Open-Ended meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives


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2018
Agenda Item 2: Concept note on the theme of the fourth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly
United Nations Environment Programme

Concept note on the theme of the fourth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly


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2018
Agenda Item 4.2: Themes for the Leadership Dialogues at the High-Level Segment
United Nations Environment Programme

Agenda Item 4.2: Themes for the Leadership Dialogues at the High-Level Segment


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2018
Agenda Item 4.5: Draft Guidance to Member States on Submission of Resolutions to the Fourth Session of the UN Environment Assembly
United Nations Environment Programme

Draft guidance to Member States on submission of resolutions to the fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly


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2018
Information Note - Visitors to Kenya
United Nations Environment Programme

The Republic of Kenya is located on the Eastern coast of Africa and is bisected by the Equator. It is a land of striking landscapes, ranging from snow-capped Mount Kenya to rich farmlands, barren deserts in the north and tropical sandy beaches on the western Indian Ocean coast and the shores of lakes Turkana and Victoria. Kenya borders Somalia to the North East, Ethiopia and South Sudan to the North, Uganda to the West, Tanzania to the South, and the Indian Ocean to the East. Kenya's capital city is Nairobi with a population of about 4 million people. Other major cities are Mombasa, the main seaport on the Indian Ocean, and Kisumu on the Lake Victoria front. Kenya is one of the world’s most popular tourism destinations attracting millions of tourists over the past years. The country is endowed with attractive tourist sites, rich culture, biological diversity, striking geographical


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2018
Information Note on the Seventh Special Session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment and the First Meeting of the Africa Environment Partnership Platform
United Nations Environment Programme, UN Environment Programme

Information note on the seventh special session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment and the first meeting of the Africa Environment Partnership Platform


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2018