IEA Training Manual - Module 1 - Exercises

Exercise 1.3.0 a

In small groups, choose an environmental issue in your country (such as air
quality, water quality, soil erosion or desertification) and discuss why an
integrated approach is needed to address this issue. If you chose not to use an
integrated approach, what approach would you follow, and how would that be
weaker? What policy sectors need to be addressed (energy, agriculture, trade,
transport, health, etc.)? How is the problem linked to events at the global level
(e.g., UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, World Trade Organization
or other UN conventions)? How could this issue evolve over the coming two


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