Regional

West Asia (English & Arabic)

 
INTRODUCTION ENGLISH   عربي
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The GEO approach to integrated environmental assessment
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National IEA process design and organization
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Developing an impact strategy for your IEA
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Monitoring, data and indicators
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Integrated analysis of environmental trends and policies
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Scenario development and analysis
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Creating communication outputs from the assessment
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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning – for improvement and increased impact of the IEA process
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MODULE VIA   
Vulnerability and Impact assessment for Adaptation to Climate Change
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Other resources

GEO Cities Manual/Guidelines for Integrated Environmental Assessment of Urban Areas
GEO Cities Manual/Guidelines for Integrated Environmental Assessment of Urban Areas for Arab Region is an integral part of the Global Environment Outlook process of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). It aims to build capacities in the Arab Region for integrated environmental assessment and reporting at city and local levels.  

Rapid Environmental Assessment of The Urban Community of Al-Fayha’, Lebanon
Al Fayha’ is located within the Governorate of North Lebanon on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. A major feature of North Lebanese topography is the alternation of lowland and highland that runs generally parallel with a north-to-south orientation. The extremely narrow coastal strip stretches along the shore of the eastern Mediterranean. Al Fayha’ enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate. Earthquakes constitute a major hazard.