Tagged on: Decision/resolution

Decision 1/15 – Decision on the Prevention of Hazardous e-Waste and Near End-of-Life EEE Importation and Dumping in Africa
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference inter alia, i) urges, Parties and other African states that have not already done so, to enhance or supplement existing
legislation to prevent illegal and unwanted traffic in hazardous and other e-waste from entering their territory and the African Continent; and ii) encourages, Parties, and other African states to likewise create and adopt legislation for individual producer responsibility in the collection and environmentally sound recycling of domestic arisings of ewaste in the Continent of Africa.


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2013
Decision 1/16 – Legal and Technical Assistance
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference: 1. Calls upon the Secretariat of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions to officially inform Parties, through the Secretariat of the Bamako Convention about its short and long term planned actions within the Africa Region. 2. Requests the Secretariat of the Bamako Convention, in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions to develop technical guidelines for all aspects of hazardous wastes management.


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2013
Decision 1/4 - Attendance by Specialized Agencies, United Nations bodies and Other International Organizations
United Nations Environment Programme, Bamako Convention

Decision approving the participation of specialized agencies, United Nations bodies and other Intergovernmental
Organizations in the First session of the Conference of the Parties. Attendance by Specialized Agencies, United Nations bodies and Other International Organizations.


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2013
Decision 1/21 – Protection and Preservation of the Marine and Inland Waters Environments
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference decides to defer the consideration of the agenda item on the protection and preservation of marine and inland waters environments to the second session of the Conference of the Parties.


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2013
Decision 1/12 – Competent Authorities, Focal Point and Dumpwatch
United Nations Environment Programme

The Conference i) requests Parties which had not yet informed the Secretariat of the designation or establishment of their
Competent Authorities, Focal Point and Dumpwatch to do so at the earliest; and ii) Encourages the Secretariat in collaboration with Parties to seek the necessary funds to convene a regional training workshop for Competent Authorities, Focal Points and Dumpwatches on the use of the control system associated with the Import-Export of hazardous wastes.


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2013
Decision 1/5 - Attendance by Non-Governmental Organizations ad other Organizations
United Nations Environment Programme, Bamako Convention

Decision approving the participation of Non-Governmental Organizations and other Organizations in the First session of the Conference of the Parties.


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2013
Fourth Programme for the Development and Periodic Review of Environmental Law (Montevideo Programme IV)
United Nations Environment Programme

Adopted by the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme in section I of its decision 25/11 of 20 February 2009 as a broad strategy for the international law community and the United Nations Environment Programme in formulating the activities in
the field of environmental law for the decade commencing in 2010


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2009
Report of the First Regional Partners Workshop on the Regional Coordination Mechanisms in the East Asian Seas Region
United Nations Environment Programme

Report of the First Regional Partners Workshop on the Regional Coordination Mechanisms in the East Asian Seas Region


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2005
Role, functions and modalities for United Nations Environment Programme implementation of the SAMOAPathway as a means of facilitating achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals
United Nations Environment Programme

Resolution adopted by the Second session of the United Nations Environment Assembly of the United Nations Environment Programme


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Sound management of chemicals and waste
United Nations Environment Programme

This resolution calls on Member States that have not yet done so to reflect the sound management of chemicals and waste as a priority in their national sustainable development planning processes, poverty eradication strategies and relevant sector policies, taking into account their development and capabilities and the national ownership of sustainable development strategies


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