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Strengthening Sustainable Development in Africa A lack of clear and sustained environmental awareness in many African countries has contributed to environmental degradation within the continent. To address this challenge, UN Environment, in collaboration with other stakeholders, is promoting capacity development for future professionals through environmental education.
In line with previous reports, the objective of the 2016 emission gap report is to provide a recent scientific assessment of the global progress towards emission reductions required to be on track to achieve the long-term goal of the United Nations Framework Convention o
To address challenges faced by developing countries in the implementation of multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs), the programme on capacity building related to multilateral environmental agreements in African, Caribbean, and Pacific countries (ACP MEAs) was initiated in 2009 to assist 79 countries to enhance their capacities in implementing certain MEAs at the national and regional level.
Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is the primary instrument for planning, assessing and managing development projects, to support sustainable and resilient development goals and green growth outcomes
In this issue of Our Planet, government leaders, environmental policy makers, and experts in settlements and urban health examine the challenges and opportunities of our rapidly urbanizing world.
This paper will explore the role of UNEP/UNEA in international environmental governance at the global and national levels,giving particular attention to the 2030 Agenda. The issues and themes themes described in this report follow the developments in international environmental governance in the Rio + 20 outcome document and subsequent General Assembly resolution.