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UNEP Experts

Alphonse Kambu - Water Law and Governance
 

Arnold Kreilhuber - Environmental Law / Compliance with and Enforcement of MEAs

  Bakary Kante - Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) and Environmental law
  Balakrishna Pisupati - UNEP's Role in Negotiations for International Regime on Access to Benefit Sharing (ABS)
  Bill Mansfield - International Environmental Policy Developments in North America
  Bob Kakuyo - South-South Cooperation
Clara Nobbe - International Environmental Governance Reform
  David Smith - Poverty and the Environment
  Dechen Tsering - Poverty Environment Initiative in the Asia and Pacific
  Elizabeth Mrema - Negotiations of MEAs / Compliance with MEAs at International Level
   Gilbert Bankobeza - International Legal Regime for Ozone Protection
  Hakan Bengtsson - Access to Information, Public Participation and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters
  Halifa Omar Drammeh - International Environmental Governance
  Ivar Baste - GEO 4 – Interlinkages
  Iwona Rummel-Bulska - Environmental Law
  Kilaparti Ramakrishna - Globalization and the Environment
  Lesly Puyol - UNEP’s activities in the regions
  Maria Cristina Zucca - Environmmental Law and Human Rights
  Marceil Yeater - CITES Compliance Procedures
  Peter Gilruth - GEO 4 - Assessment Impacts
  Strike Mkandla - The African Union and UN inter-agency policy making on environment
  Surendra Shrestha - State of the Environment in Asia and the Pacific Regions
  Sylvie Motard - Environmental Issues on Political and Programmatic Levels
 

 

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University of Finland and UNEP - 12th Course on Multilateral Environmental Agreements
2-12 November 2015, Shanghai, China

The Special theme of the Twelfth Course is Climate Change.


2nd UNEP-INTERPOL Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Committee Conference
16-17 November 2015, INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation, Singapore

At the 2nd ECEC in Singapore, INTERPOL and UNEP brought together Chief Executives from Environmental Security and Enforcement agencies from INTERPOL member countries, as well as Chief Executive Officers from international and non-governmental organizations, to design and debate strategies to tackle environmental crime and achieve sustainable development goals.


Annual Meeting UNEP- EUROCLIMA (EC Programme to support Policy Dialogue on Climate Change issues in Latin American countries)

Special session of the Commission on Environment of the PARLATINO(Latin American Parliament) on Climate Change law.

27-28 October 2015, Panama


Global Training Programme on Environmental Law and Policy for Mid-career Government Officials

05-13 October 2015, Nairobi, Kenya


Meeting of the Senior Government Officials Expert in Environmental Law on Mid-term review of the Montevideo Programme IV

7-11 September 2015, Montevideo, Uruguay


Montevideo Programme Environmental Law Seminar: Laws to Promote environmental sustainability of oceans and seas
9-10 July, Panama City, Panama


Montevideo Programme Environmental Law Seminar: Legal Foundation for Environmental Sustainability

13-14 July 2015, United Nations Headquarters, New York


Meeting of Eminent Legal Experts on the Midterm review of the Montevideo Programme IV

15-16 July 2015, United Nations Headquarters, New York

Regional Training on Negotiations for Multilateral Environmental Agreements Focusing on UNFCCC and CBD as they relate to Regional Seas Convention
11-13 May 2015, Jeddah Kingdom, Saudi Arabia


Meeting of Climate Change Negotiators of Latin America and the Caribbean
14-15 May 2015, Santiago de Chile 

Regional Meeting of negotiators in preparation for Climate Change multilateral negotiators (exchange of views and discussion of key topics for the region towards COP21)


International Day for Biological Diversity 2015
22 May 2015

Biodiversity for Sustainable Development

This year’s theme reflects the importance of efforts made at all levels to establish a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as part of the United Nations Post-2015 Development Agenda for the period of 2015-2030 and the relevance of biodiversity for the achievement of sustainable development.


Launch of The UNEP Sourcebook 

officially launched at a side event in the margins of Ramsar COP 12 - 8 June 2015, Punta del Este, Uruguay

The aim of the Sourcebook is to provide National Focal Points of the major Biodiversity-related Conventions as well as other stakeholders working on these conventions, with options to achieve enhanced implementation of the conventions through enhanced cooperation.


Preparatory Workshops for Paris UNFCCC COP for 2015 for Least Developed countries

June 2015, Bonn, Germany


Second Congress on Environmental Policy, Law and Justice Seminar on Environmental Crimes

6-10 July 2015, La Habana, Cuba


Inter-American Congress on the Environmental Rule of Law(OAS website)
30-31 March 2015, Montego Bay, Jamaica 

The Organization of American States (OAS) co-organized the First Inter-American Congress on the Environmental Rule of Law in Montego Bay, Jamaica, an event that concluded with a call to strengthen the rule of law on to address environmental challenges in the Americas.


Environmental Justice and Sustainable Development

4 May 2015, UN Headquarters, New York, Conference Room 11