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    • A handbook for the indigenous and community conserved areas registry 

      United Nations Environment Programme; UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (2010)
      Indigenous and Community Conserved Areas (ICCAs) are a globally significant type of managed areas governed by local or indigenous communities for conservation and cultural purposes. Their contributions to biodiversity ...
    • The Adaptation Gap Report 2017: Towards Global Assessment 

      United Nations Environment Programme (2017-11)
      The report explores key opportunities and challenges associated with assessing progress on adaptation at the global level. The report synthesizes information relevant for the ongoing work under the United Nations Framework ...
    • Addressing Single-use Plastic Products Pollution Using a Life Cycle Approach 

      United Nations Environment Programme (2021)
      In response to the request by Member States at the Fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly in March 2019[1], the report “ Addressing Single-Use Plastic Products Pollution using a Life Cycle Approach” describes: a) ...
    • Apell Worldwide 

      United Nations Environment Programme (United Nations Environment Programme, 1995)
      Following various technological accidents in both highly industrialised and industrialising countries which resulted in adverse impacts on the environment, the United Nations Environment Programme Industry and Environment ...
    • Appendices. Decent Work in Nature-based Solutions - A Biennial Global Report on Work and Employment in the Emerging Nature Conservation and Restoration Economy 

      International Labour Organization; United Nations Environment Programme; International Union for Conservation of Nature (2022-12)
      NbS are increasingly seen as a way to meet the objectives of several global agreements and can be central to a just transition – if the right mix of just transition policies are implemented. But there is currently no ...
    • Environment Outlook in Amazonia – GEO Amazonia 

      United Nations Environment Programme; Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO) (United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO), 2009)
      GEO Amazonia is intended to present a vision of Amazonia from the perspective of the Amazonian countries and with the participation of Amazonian stakeholders
    • Perspectivas del Medio Ambiente Urbano - GEO Andino 

      United Nations Environment Programme; Comunidad Andina (Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Medio Ambiente (PNUMA)Comunidad Andina, 2003)
      El Informe GEO Andino 2003: Perspectivas del Medio Ambiente que presentamos es el resultado de un esfuerzo conjunto entre el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Medio Ambiente y la Secretaría General de la Comunidad ...
    • Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Developing Countries: Contributions to Reducing Global Emissions - Third Report 

      United Nations Environment Programme; The 1 Gigaton Coalition (2017)
      Providing real world examples of RE and EE initiatives in developing countries, this report features six in-depth case studies of ongoing programmes and policies in cities throughout the world. These case studies demonstrate ...
    • Sustainability Reporting in the Financial Sector: A Governmental Approach 

      United Nations Environment Programme; Group of Friends of Paragraph 47 (2017)
      This report takes a detailed look at reporting by the financial sector. It explores the variety of laws, regulations, codes and voluntary initiatives that have driven reporting, illustrated through case studies.
    • UNEP Guide for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Laws 

      United Nations Environment Programme (2016-09)
      The Guide describes the key legal issues associated with efficiency and renewable energy resource development, and presents legislative options from both developed and developing countries for dealing with them, including ...
    • World heritage and tourism in a changing climate 

      Unknown author (United Nations Environment ProgrammeUnited Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 2016)
      This report provides an overview of the increasing vulnerability of World Heritage sites to climate change impacts and the potential implications for and of global tourism. It also examines the close relationship between ...