ANNUAL REPORT 2010

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Climate ChangeClimate
Change
Disasters and ConflictsDisasters and
Conflicts
Ecosystem ManagementEcosystem
Management
Environmental GovernanceEnvironmental
Governance
Harmful SubstancesHarmful
Substances
Resource Efficiency Resource
Efficiency

Climate Change

SNAPSHOT OF 2010 RESULTS

Green Economy
Perhaps the most important determinant in making the transition to a Green Economy is clean energy and lessening dependence on fossil fuels.

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  • Results targeted
  • A snapshot of 2010 results
  • Highlights in 2010
  • The Cancun Accord
  • Adapting to climate change
  • Demonstrating adaptation to climate change in ecosystems
  • Clean Technology
  • Ozone
  • Forests for the future
  • Science and knowledge in the climate area
  • From football to the FTSE
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Disasters and Conflict

SNAPSHOT OF 2010 RESULTS

Green Economy
An environment-based approach to disaster risk reduction offers multiple benefits to help prevent catastrophic situations contributing to sustainable livelihoods development, poverty reduction and climate change adaptation.

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  • Results Targeted
  • A Snapshot of 2010 Results
  • Highlights In 2010
  • Risk Reduction
  • Post Crisis Environmental Assessment
  • Post Crisis Environmental Recovery
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Ecosystem Management

SNAPSHOT OF 2010 RESULTS

Green Economy
The sound management of ecosystems and biodiversity, along with the inclusion of natural capital in governmental and business accounting can start to redress inaction and reduce the cost of future losses.

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  • A Snapshot of 2010 Results
  • Highlights In 2010
  • Ecosystems and Development
  • Applying Ecosystem Management Tools
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Environmental Governance

SNAPSHOT OF 2010 RESULTS

Green Economy
The Green Economy holds great promise for developed and developing countries alike to promote sustainable development. A holistic and integrated approach towards the environment as part of a nation's development and governance pathway will assist with resource stabilization and promote economic and environmental security.

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  • Results Targeted
  • A Snapshot of 2010 Results
  • Highlights In 2010
  • International Environmental Governance
  • Strengthening Law
  • Mainstreaming Environment in Development
  • Science for Decision-Making
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Harmful Substances

SNAPSHOT OF 2010 RESULTS

Green Economy
In order to ensure sustainable development in fast-growing economies that are experiencing rapid industrialisation, countries must seek to maximise the benefits of chemicals and minimize their negative impacts through safer production and improved management.

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  • A Snapshot of 2010 Results
  • Management of Chemicals
  • Assessment and Management Of Risks
  • Control of Targeted Chemicals
  • Coherence in Action
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Resource Efficiency

SNAPSHOT OF 2010 RESULTS

Green Economy
One aspect of the Green Economy is a vision of a sustainable world in which people everywhere can enjoy a high quality of life within the productive capacity of the planet.

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  • Results Targeted
  • A Snapshot of 2010 Results
  • Highlights In 2010
  • Assessing Critical Trends
  • Building Capacity for Policy Action
  • Seizing Investment Opportunities
  • Stimulating Demand for Resource Efficiency
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