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Global Environment Outlook 4: summary for decision makers
United Nations Environment Programme

The Summary for Decision Makers (SDM) was prepared by UNEP with technical inputs from the coordinating lead authors and inputs from the members of the High-level Consultative Group. It underwent two rounds of extensive expert and government peer review. Finally, the SDM was subject to in-depth consideration by the Second Global Intergovernmental and Multistakeholder Consultation in September 2007. The consultation adopted a statement which endorsed the SDM.


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2007

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Global Environment Outlook 4 GEO4: Environment for Development
United Nations Environment Programme

The fourth report in the Global Environment Outlook (GEO) series from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) provides a comprehensive, scientifically credible, policy-relevant and up-to-date assessment of, and outlook for, the state of the global environment. GEO-4 is published 20 years after the landmark World Commission on Sustainable Developments Bruntland Report of 1987. Environment for Development is the GEO-4 underlying theme and the report pays special attention to the role and impact of the environment on human well-being as well as to the use of environmental valuation as a tool for decision-making. GEO-4's specialized report, the Summary for Decision Makers is an essential guide for policy-makers. Both publications are excellent tools for teaching and research and relevant in the field of international environmental governance as they highlight policy opportunities for a more sustainable approach to economic growth and development.


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2007

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Perspectivas del Medio Ambiente Urbano - GEO Ciudad de Panamá
United Nations Environment Programme (PNUMA), la Universidad de Panamá y el Municipio de Panamá

La obra Informe Perspectivas del Medio Ambiente Urbano: GEO Ciudad de Panamá ha sido preparada con base en la metodología de evaluación ambiental integral aplicada a ciudades que emplea la Oficina Regional para América Latina y el Caribe del Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Medio Ambiente. Por tanto, la secuencia de sus siete capítulos responde al recurso analítico denominado “matriz PEIR”, el cual establece una vinculación lógica entre los procesos y situaciones de presión, estado, impacto y respuesta que operan en la región estudiada.


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2007