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Serials
Tore and the town on thin ice
United Nations Environment Programme

A children's environmental storybook based on the theme of climate change and on what children can do to mitigate effects of climate change. Tore and the Town on Thin Ice is part of the Tunza Environmental Series for Children.


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2006

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GEO
Global Environment Outlook 2000
United Nations Environment Programme

Global Environment Outlook 2000


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1999

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Manuals and Guides
A training Manual on Integrated Environmental Assessment and Reporting: Training Module 6: Scenario Development and Analysis
United Nations Environment Programme

This module will help you develop scenarios and analyse them, either in terms of the impact they would have on existing policies, or the kinds of policies that would be needed in order for a particular scenario to unfold. The module provides the basis for an entire process for developing and analysing scenarios.


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Newsletters
OzonAction: Protecting our atmosphere for generations to come - 25 Years of the Montreal Protocol
United Nations Environment Programme

The OzonAction Special Issue (OASI) features articles from international experts on many important issues including the celebrations of 25 years of the Montreal Protocol. OASI is the mouthpiece of the Montreal Protocol. A special issue dedicated to stratospheric ozone and climate change related issues and the implementation of the Montreal Protocol, providing the most recent information on ozone protection activities from industry, governments, NGOs and international organizations. It is devoted to current topics of particular interest to Article 5 countries, i.e. maximizing climate benefits from ozone protection activities. OASI is produced by the UNEP DTIE OzonAction Branch and financially supported by the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol.


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Booklets and Brochures, Factsheets
Green Economy: Briefing Paper: Trade
United Nations Environment Programme

Trade has the potential to drive a green economy by fostering the exchange of environmentally friendly goods and services, increasing resource efficiency, generating economic opportunities and employment, and contributing to poverty eradication. If managed poorly, however, unrestrained trade can contribute to environmental degradation, unsustainable resource use, and increased wealth disparities, all of which hinder a green economy transition and sustainable development objectives.


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