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UNEP Establishes New Body to Advance Environmental Law, Justice and Governance UNEP Establishes New Body to Advance Environmental Law, Justice and Governance
07/ 12/ 2012
The World Congress on Justice, Governance and Law for Environmental Sustainability saw representatives of over 60 countries calling for the creation of an international network to support efforts to achieve sustainability through stronger legal responses to environmental pressures.
Viet Nam, Norway and UN Announce US$30 Million for REDD+ in Viet Nam at UN-REDD COP18 Event Viet Nam, Norway and UN Announce US$30 Million for REDD+ in Viet Nam at UN-REDD COP18 Event
06/ 12/ 2012
Costa Rica, Mexico and Nigeria present their latest progress and lessons learned on developing REDD+ safeguards and legal preparedness.
Ministers from 25 Nations Commit to Scaling Up Voluntary Action to Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Ministers from 25 Nations Commit to Scaling Up Voluntary Action to Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants
06/ 12/ 2012
Rapid Growth of Country Members-from 6 to 25 in Less Than 12 Months - Underlines World-Wide Interest in Voluntary Initiative
UNEP Launches New Initiative to Support Climate Change Adaptation in Africa UNEP Launches New Initiative to Support Climate Change Adaptation in Africa
06/ 12/ 2012
Information Portal will Make Available Research, Experiences and Lessons Learned from Projects Across the Continent
Indicators Can Support Transition to Inclusive, Resource-Efficient Green Economy, Says UNEP Report Indicators Can Support Transition to Inclusive, Resource-Efficient Green Economy, Says UNEP Report
03/ 12/ 2012
Report Released at First Post-Rio+20 Global Conference on Measuring Progress Towards a Green Economy
From Peru to the Philippines, UNEP Presents Grassroots Solutions to the Impacts of Climate Change From Peru to the Philippines, UNEP Presents Grassroots Solutions to the Impacts of Climate Change
01/ 12/ 2012
Seeds of Knowledge Provides Lessons Learned From 17 Countries for a Sustainable Environment
Thawing of Permafrost Expected to Cause Significant Additional Global Warming, Not yet Accounted for in Climate Predictions Thawing of Permafrost Expected to Cause Significant Additional Global Warming, Not yet Accounted for in Climate Predictions
27/ 11/ 2012
Policymakers and Climate Scientists Must Monitor and Prepare for Large Carbon Dioxide and Methane Emissions from Permafrost, Says UNEP Report

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