Fast-Tracking Elimination of Production of Remaining Ozone-Depleting Substances Could Speed Up Ozone Layer Recovery by 11 Years
The Role of Legal Instruments to Support Green Low-Emission and Climate-Resilient Development
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InforMEA Launches Four Courses Through Its New E-Learning Tool
The InforMEA E-Learning Tool aims at building knowledge and greater understanding of International Environmental Law (IEL).
First International Environment Forum for Basin Organizations
'Towards Sustainable Freshwater Governance'
Building Capacities to Strengthen Carbon Markets in African Countries
Carbon markets are an essential mechanism for the successful implementation of the international climate change regime.
The flexible mechanisms established under the Kyoto protocol are among the principle drivers of the development of such markets especially in developing countries.
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Prevention and Minimization of hazardous wastes and other wastes