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Lead Petrol Phase out - Global Status July 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

Lead Petrol Phase out - Global Status July 2018


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2018
Booklet/Brochure
Global adaptation network
United Nations Environment Programme

On an almost daily basis, news headlines draw attention to the impact of climate change around the world. These are impacts to which we need to adapt. The policy world is responding. The 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change includes, for the first time, a Global Adaptation Goal. The UN Climate Conference in Bonn in November 2017, under the Presidency of Fiji, underscored the importance of building climate resilience. Many countries are starting to develop National Adaptation Plans. But adaptation is still a new area for many policy-makers and practitioners. When good solutions are developed we ought to be sharing knowledge with those who need it. The Global Adaptation Network was created to promote this exchange of knowledge


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2018
Reports and Books
European market assessment for the main organic export products from Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine
United Nations Environment Programme

This assessment analyses the trade opportunities for organic products exported from Ukraine, Moldova and Armenia to the EU market. The document is written for companies involved or interested in organic exports as well as for organic sector organizations and relevant national stakeholders from these countries, as a market-oriented basis for decisions concerning future programmes and interventions for enhancing a green economy transition in Eastern Europe and the Southern Caucasus.


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2018
Annual Report
Share the Road Programme - Annual Report 2017: Investing in People who Walk and Cycle
United Nations Environment Programme

This annual report shares our progress in 2017 as we strive for a world where pedestrians and cyclists can travel to work, to school and beyond in safety.


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2018
Foresight Briefs, Serials
Hacking Economics for People and Planet - Foresight Brief No. 006 - February 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

As global environmentalism and environmental policy-making has moved into the 21st century, it has not significantly addressed a critical blindspot: the fundamental human system that lies at the root of our ecological and social challenges. This Foresight brief will focus on that particular ‘scientific’ field, that is seemingly immune to the oft-spoken mantras promoting change, innovation and new critical thinking in all other fields.


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2018
Chapters and Articles
Decent Work and Economic Growth: Promote Sustained, Inclusive, and Sustainable Economic Growth, Full and Productive Employment, and Decent Work for All
The World Bank

In addition to sustained job creation, Goal 8 recognizes that decoupling economic growth from environmental degradation is fundamental to sustainable development.


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2017
Infographic/Flyer
13 - Climate Action
United Nations Environment Programme

Sustainable Development Goals illustrations - Goal 13


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2017
Chapters and Articles
Sustainable Cities and Communities: Make Cities and Human Settlements Inclusive, Safe, Resilient, and Sustainable
The World Bank

Cities are engines of economic growth and offer opportunities for innovation and sustainable development. But Goal 11 recognizes that urban areas still face numerous challenges in ensuring access for all to safe housing, affordable transport, clean air, and green and public spaces.


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2017
Chapters and Articles
Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure: Build Resilient Infrastructure, Promote Inclusive and Sustainable Industrialization, and Foster Innovation
The World Bank

Goal 9 explores not only opportunities to improve transport but also those in industry, innovation, and other types of infrastructure.


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2017
Chapters and Articles
Zero Hunger: End hunger, Achieve Food Security and Improved Nutrition, and Promote Sustainable Agriculture
The World Bank

Undernourishment declined globally from 19 percent to 11 percent in the past quarter century, while child stunting fell from 40 percent to 23 percent. But populations and food demand continue to grow, especially in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Ending hunger and all forms of malnutrition by 2030 requires faster downward trends. Goal 2 also addresses poverty and food insecurity through enhancing agricultural productivity and sustainability.


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2017