Infographics
Greening the Blue Report 2019: The UN System's Environment Footprint and Efforts to Reduce It
United Nations Environment Programme

The United Nations System has been working to improve its environmental sustainability over several years. Responding to the latest scientific evidence, UN entities are now accelerating this work with the introduction of a new UN Sustainability Strategy 2020-2030. This demands ambitious reductions of environmental impacts and the full integration of the Sustainable Development Goals in the management of facilities and operations.


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2019
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The Influence of FBOs Infographics - Faith-based Organizations Statistics
United Nations Environment Programme

Infographics about faith-based organizations


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2018
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Members of the Regional Networks of Ozone Officers
United Nations Environment Programme

Map of the regional network countries


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2018
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Global Monitoring of Mercury: Outcomes and Lessons Learnt
United Nations Environment Programme
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Global environment outlook (GEO), Infographics
GEO-6: Policies - Infographic
United Nations Environment Programme

An important argument in favour of environmental policy integration is the economic and social co-benefits that can be expected from implementing environmental policies


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Outcome and Lessons Learned - GEF-funded Project : Development of a Plan for Global Monitoring of Human Exposure to and Environmental Concentration of Mercury
United Nations Environment Programme
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Global environment outlook (GEO), Infographics
GEO-6: The Way Forward
United Nations Environment Programme

A healthy planet is the ultimate foundation for supporting all life forms and human well-being, which depend on the viability of Earth’s life-support system.


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Waste to Energy [Infographics]
United Nations Environment Programme
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Global environment outlook (GEO), Infographics
GEO-6 Air Infographic
United Nations Environment Programme

Future policy effort in managing air pollution and climate change will be crucial to achieve the Paris Agreement target of limiting the temperature increase to 1.5 °C.


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Africa Waste Management Outlook 2018 Poster
United Nations Environment Programme, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

Africa is currently recycling only 4% of its waste. A far cry from the African Union vision that “African cities will be recycling at least 50 per cent of the waste they generate by 2023”.


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