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The EU in a Transition Towards a Circular Economy
Presentation on circular economy
African Major Groups and Stakeholders Contribution and Key Messages to the 8th Special Session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment - Final Draft
We, comprising of Major Groups and Stakeholders from the African region, gathered virtually to discuss how Africa can enhance environmental action for effective post-COVID recovery and our contribution to the Africa ...
Restoring the Natural Foundation to Sustain a Green Economy: A Century-long Journey for Ecosystem Management
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the success of Rio+20 through demonstrating the key role that Ecosystem Management has in underpinning the Green Economy and illustrating the advantages of this approach. In ...
Dead Planet, Living Planet: Biodiversity and Ecosystem Restoration for Sustainable Development – A Rapid Response Assessment
The objective of this report is to provide an overview of some of the most crucial services rendered by natural ecosystems to humankind and how they can be restored as part of policy development to partially resolve key ...
Putting Ecosystem Management in the Vision of Africa’s Development: Towards a sustainable Green Economy - UNEP Policy Series Policy Brief 7 2011
This issues paper aims to: i. demonstrate the foundational significance of ecosystems in maintaining Africa’s societies, and ii. draw the attention of Africa’s policy-makers to the challenges and opportunities in ecosystem ...
Towards Green and Inclusive Prosperity: Building Green Economies that Deliver on Poverty Reduction
This report, Towards green and inclusive prosperity – building green economies that deliver on poverty reduction, and its complementary set of Case Studies, has been prepared through the Netherlands funded UNDP-DESA-UNEP ...
Greening Economies in the EU’s Eastern Partnership Countries – Belarus
Greening economies is important because risks to further development are rising worldwide as the current models of growth continue to erode the stocks of natural assets and undermine the integrity of ecosystem services on ...