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From conflict to sustainable development-assessment of environmental hot spots: Serbia and Montenegro
United Nations Environment Programme

This report is not a comprehensive list of ‘hot spots' but the independent review of the Programme's work and an assessment of the priorities for the future at the sites and municipalities visited.


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2004
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Analyzing the resource impact of fisheries subsidies: a matrix approach
United Nations Environment Programme

This publication builds on earlier UNEP work that developed a matrix as an analytical framework for assessing the impact of subsidies. Using this framework, the study offers a detailed assessment of the impact of eight categories of subsidies taking into account the specific characteristics of a fishery, including its level of exploitation and its management regime.


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2004

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Understanding environment: conflict and cooperation
United Nations Environment Programme

This publication represents UNEPs response to the growing worldwide interest in further exploring the environment and security nexus and the contribution of timely and credible assessments to conflict prevention.


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2004
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Waste stabilization ponds and constructed wetlands: design manual
Kayombo, S., Mbwette, T.S.A., Katima, J.H.Y, Ladegaard, N., Jrgensen, S.E.

This Manual provides information for designers, builders and operators about a wide range of applications and objectives such as developing, implementing and operating Artificially Constructed Wetlands (ACW) and Waste Stabilization Ponds (WSP)||Standard systems approach which can be adopted universally and which can accommodate a development technology with changes in information concepts and ideas with time||theoretical background on the biological, chemical and physical processes of each method, the current state of the technology and technical knowledge on how to design, operate and maintain them||and theoretical knowledge on how best the models may be used to describe the systems.


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2004