Reports and Books
Survey of Marine Pollutants from Industrial Sources in the West and Central African Region - UNEP Regional Seas Reports and Studies No. 2
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Industrial Development Organization

This document was prepared as a contribution to the development of the Action Plan for the West and Central African Region. Its aim
objective is to provide the Governments of the Region with appropriate information on the type and qu9ntity of industrial pollution from major land-based sources entering the marine environment through direct coastal discharges or indirectly through rivers, as well as on the present status of industrial waste management (treatment and disposal) practices.


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Policy and Strategy Documents
Resource Efficiency: Potential and Economic Implications - Integrated Modelling of Resource Efficiency and Climate Policy
United Nations Environment Programme, International Resource Panel

The International Resource Panel was established in 2007 to provide independent, scientific assessment on the sustainable use of natural resources and the impacts of resource use over the full life cycle.


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Summaries
The Financial System We Need: Aligning the Financial System with Sustainable Development - Policy Summary
United Nations Environment Programme
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Reports and Books
Water Safety Framework: Preliminary Water Quality Sampling and Analysis Strategy for the ‘Villages et Ecoles Assainis’ National Programme - Democratic Republic of the Congo
United Nations Environment Programme

This document proposes a water quality sampling and analysis strategy to be implemented within the VEA water safety framework. The WSP steps of water quality monitoring and verification are integrated as presented in the WHO ‘’Guidelines for drinking-water quality” (2011) and “Water Safety Planning for Small Community Water Supplies” (2012). Therefore, it is important that this document is read in tandem with the UNICEF commissioned technical study ‘Water Safety Plans for Village Assainis’.


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