Project documents
El Enfoque de Género Aplicado a la Gestión Integral de Residuos en Perú: Lecciones Aprendidas y Herramientas Para un Desarrollo Sostenible e Inclusivo
United Nations Development Programme

El objetivo de este documento es extraer las lecciones aprendidas de la aplicación del enfoque de género y proponer algunas recomendaciones que puedan orientar y mejorar el trabajo de funcionarios de distintos Ministerios involucrados, asociaciones de reciclaje, representantes de instituciones públicas y privadas y otras personas u organizaciones comprometidas con el desarrollo sostenible en el Perú. La incorporación de este enfoque representa una iniciativa pionera en el país, en particular dentro de la municipalidad de Arequipa, en un contexto en el que el 85.8% son mujeres recicladoras en el sector formal, siendo el 50% recicladoras en calle.


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Conservation and Sustainable use of Cultivated and Wild Tropical Fruit Diversity: Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods, Food Security and Ecosystem Services
United Nations Environment Programme

We aim to improve livelihoods and food security of target beneficiaries through the conservation and use of tropical fruit tree genetic resources.


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Annexes a l’examen du PNUE de la proposition de projet Phoenix en Haïti
United Nations Environment Programme

UNEP has been requested by the Government of Haiti to conduct an independent review of the proposed Phoenix Waste to Energy project. The scope of this proposed project includes waste collection from Port au Prince and other cities, waste processing, recycling and disposal and incineration of the combustible wastes to generate electricity that would be sold to the Haitian national utility.


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Project documents
Towards Coherent Implementation of the Environmental Dimension of the Sustainable Development Goals - UNDA Project 1819Q
United Nations Environment Programme

The United Nations Development Account (UNDA) project 1819Q entitled "towards coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)" (2018-2021) aims to strengthen the capacity of national institutions of four countries (Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Colombia and Guyana) for the coherent and integrated implementation and monitoring of the environmental dimension of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.


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Project documents
Marine Litter Management: The Approach of Incheon City, Republic of Korea
United Nations Environment Programme

This document provides several examples of marine litter management in Incheon, i.e., surveying, collecting and handling marine litter, and fundraising for those activities. Also included are public education and awareness-raising campaigns. The objective of this document is to share a successful example of marine litter management among the NOWPAP member states and with partners outside the region, and to help create a foundation for further co-operation amongst NOWPAP member states for marine litter management in the region.


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Sustainable Consumption and Production Hotspots Analysis Tool
United Nations Environment Programme

The Sustainable Consumption and Production Hotspots Analysis Tool (SCP-HAT) aims at identifying the hotspots areas of unsustainable
production and consumption to support setting priorities in national sustainable consumption and production as well as climate policies.


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Project documents, Reports and Books
UNEP Review of the Haiti Project Phoenix Municipal Waste Management and Waste to Energy Proposal - Final Report
United Nations Environment Programme

On 23 July 2012 the United Nations Environment Programme was requested by the Secretary of State for Energy for the Government of Haiti (now the Minister Delegate for Energy Security) to provide technical assistance to the Government in reviewing and, if appropriate, improving the proposed Phoenix private sector municipal waste management and waste-to-energy project. Subsequently from August 2012 to January 2014, UNEP undertook a multi-stage detailed and independent review of the proposed project. UNEP also worked and negotiated with the project developers on behalf of the government to improve the anticipated benefits, economic value and feasibility of the project. This document is the final report of the review.


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