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UN Environment Office for Africa Newsletter; 2016 Highlights
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UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter; Sept - Oct 2016
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Gender and Environment: Empowering Rural Women: Access to Land and Natural Resources - SDG Policy Brief No. 002
United Nations Environment Programme

Women constitute approximately half of the rural labour force and are economically active in each subsector of the rural economy. Their livelihoods are often based on access to and control over natural resources. The potential economic gains from reducing the gender gap translate into significant poverty reduction and improved nutritional outcomes.


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Regional Seas Application of Area-based Management Tools, including Marine Protected Areas: Case Studies. UN Environment Regional Seas Reports and Studies No. 214
United Nations Environment Programme, Mediterranean Action Plan

The present document aims at providing, for the benefits of the negotiation during the intergovernmental conference, practical information on how the selected regional seas conventions that cover areas beyond national jurisdiction identify, assess, designate and develop management programmes for, areas for applying their area-based management tools, including marine protected areas.


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UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter; July-August 2017
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UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter July-August 2017


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UNEP in Africa newsletter: March - April 2016
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The Newsletter of UNEP's Regional Office for Africa


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The partnership for action on green economy newsletter
The Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE)

The Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) seeks to put sustainability at the heart of economic policy and practice.The Partnership supports nations and regions in reframing economic policies and practices around sustainability to foster economic growth, create income and jobs, reduce poverty and inequality, and strengthen the ecological foundations of their economies.


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