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Youthxchange: training kit on responsible consumption - the guide
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization

This publication was designed to assist teachers, public authorities, youth groups, and NGOs in delivering information on sustainable consumption.


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2002
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Climate change and sustainable development beyond Kyoto
United Nations Environment Programme

The World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) is likely to see the Kyoto Protocol finally coming into force. While this will be a moment to celebrate, there is no cause to be complacent. Although a step in the right direction, the Kyoto Protocol was always an imperfect agreement and has been made all the more imperfect by the fact that the world's largest polluter has decided to stay out of the consensus and those who have agreed to join have demanded and received changes that have weakened the Protocol considerably. It is time, therefore, to begin thinking about the shape of the global climate regime in its post-Kyoto phase.


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2002
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Product-service systems and sustainability: opportunities for sustainable solutions
United Nations Environment Programme

This publication examines the potential of sustainability in product-service systems, particularly in term of life-cycle approaches. It includes case studies of companies offering product-service systems, such as Auto Share of Toronto which, rather than selling or renting cars, sells memberships in a car-usage system and charges members for the time they use a car.


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2002

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Caucasus Environment Outlook 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

This first Caucasus Environment Outlook (CEO) is a regional report and the result of work by experts from four countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Russia. The major objectives of the CEO are to report on the status of the Caucasus environment, identify ongoing socio-economic


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2002
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Production and consumption of ozone depleting substances 1986 - 2000
United Nations Environment Programme

This report summarizes data on production and consumption of ozone-depleting substances as of 31 October 2005, reported by the Parties to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer under Article 7 of the Protocol.


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2002