Reports and Books
Training module: introduction to capacity building for environment, trade and sustainable development
United Nations Environment Programme

This introductory training module is designed to support capacity building for trade, environment and sustainable development and is part of UNEP's larger initiative for capacity building on integrated policy design and implementation.


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Water Management in Cyprus: Challenges and Opportunities - National Report
Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment, Cyprus

In the Mediterranean region water resources are limited and drought incidents occur frequently. Water resources in most Mediterranean countries are fully utilized, while water demand is increasing, as a result of population growth, tourism development, and increased standard of living.


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2004
Reports and Books
SWOT analysis and evaluation of the GEO-3 process from the perspective of GEO collaborating centres
United Nations Environment Programme

UNEP's Global Environment Outlook (GEO) is an integrated environmental assessment and reporting initiative entering its fourth cycle. Given its complexity and the need for continuous improvement and learning, evaluation has been an important part of the GEO process.


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2004

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Global International Waters Assessment: Indian Ocean Islands, GIWA Regional Assessment 45b
University of Kalmar on behalf of United Nations Environment Programme

This report presents the assessment of the Indian Ocean Islands, one of two oceanic assessments conducted by the GIWA. The region covers the Island States of Comoros, Mauritius, Madagascar and Seychelles and the vast oceanic expanses between them. The most important transboundary concern is pollution, particularly solid wastes, which end up in the coastal and oceanic environments causing degradation of ecosystems and considerable economic impacts. Policy options to address the root causes of solid waste pollution are presented and their efficiency, equitability and practicality are discussed.


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2004

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