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Global International Waters Assessment: Canary Current, GIWA Regional Assessment 41
(University of Kalmar on behalf of United Nations Environment Programme, 2012)
This report presents the GIWA assessment of the Canary Current region, which covers the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem and the river systems draining into it. The region has several drainage systems of both national ...
Hydropolitical vulnerability and resilience along international waters : Latin America and the Caribbean
Water is a unique and vital resource, for which there is no substitute. In Latin America and the Caribbean, major rivers, lakes, and aquifers are shared by two or more countries. The region is characterized by the greatest ...
Global International Waters Assessment: Eastern Equatorial Pacific, GIWA Regional Assessment 65
(United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), GEF, University of Kalmar, Sweden, 2006)
This report presents the assessment of the GIWA Eastern Equatorial Pacific region, which includes parts of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia. Pollution in the Southwest Mexico sub-system, ...
Reduced Inequalities: Reduce Inequality Within and Among Countries
By providing a platform for sustained income growth among the poorer segments of society, Goal 10 aims to reduce inequalities between a country’s citizens and to promote shared prosperity and gains in wealth for all.
Global International Waters Assessment: Indonesian Seas, GIWA Regional Assessment 57
(United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), GEF, University of Kalmar, Sweden, 2005)
This report presents the GIWA assessment of the Indonesian Seas region, which comprises some 18 000 islands, is geologically and topographically diverse, and lies at the global centre of tropical marine biodiversity. The ...
UNEP Year Book 2011: emerging issues in our global environment
The UNEP Year Book 2011 shows that we have been experiencing an exceptional level of ecological extremes. However, scientists and policy makers have been making headway on addressing some of the most pressing environmental ...
Executive Director’s Update to the Committee of Permanent Representatives: 137th Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives, 16th January 2017
(United Nations Environment Programme, 2017)
Executive Director's Progress Update for the 137th meeting of the CPR. The Final draft dated 9th January 2017.
Marine Litter: An Analytical Overview
This overview was prepared by the Regional Seas Coordinating Office, the Secretariat of the Mediterranean Action Plan (MAP), the Secretariat of the Basel Convention, and the Coordination Office of the Global Programme ...
Re: Invitation to Join the Chemicals in Products Programme
A letter to join the Chemicals in Product Programme of UN environment