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Yearbooks and Frontiers
UNEP Year Book 2010
United Nations Environment Programme

The UNEP Yearbook 2010 is essential, informative and authoritative reading and within six chapters the Year Book addresses the following: In 2009, efforts to advance international environmental governance focused on defining key objectives and functions for an improved UN architecture to address global environmental change. Ecosystems are being pushed beyond thresholds. Drivers of change that lead to biodiversity loss and changes in ecosystem services are growing in intensity. Dead zones in coastal areas have doubled in extent every decade since the 1960s. Much work remains to be done to reduce and mitigate the effects of harmful substances and hazardous waste on human health and the environment. Many unanswered questions remain about nanomaterials. The effects of increasing atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations are better understood, as more indicators of climate change are being assessed. Direct observations and modelling indicate that the planets tropical belt is expanding. Sustainable natural resource management can reduce vulnerability to disasters and conflicts and support peacebuilding. Promising tools to reduce disaster conflict risks are being integrated into policy and institutional structures. Better managing material and energy flows will help meet challenges associated with environmental impacts and advance decoupling of economic growth and resource use.


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Global Environment Outlook 2000
United Nations Environment Programme

Global Environment Outlook 2000


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Reports and Books, Policy and Strategy Documents
Cadre opérationnel : Alliance mondiale pour l'élimination des peintures au plomb
United Nations Environment Programme, World Health Organization

Le plomb est un métal toxique dont l’usage largement répandu entraîne une contamination de l’environnement et d’importants problèmes de santé publique dans de nombreuses régions du monde. Le plomb peut avoir des effets toxiques graves et permanents sur la santé des enfants. Bien que ceux‐ci en soient les principales victimes, le plomb nuit également à la santé des adultes, notamment celle des travailleurs exposés. Il n’existe aucun niveau d’exposition au plomb qui puisse être considéré comme « sans risque ».


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