The Global Major Groups and Stakeholders Forum is a unique opportunity for civil society organizations to engage on the agenda of the 2017 UN Environment Assembly. Self-organized by Major Groups and Stakeholders accredited to UN Environment, this multi-stakeholder Forum is open to the participation of accredited and non-accredited civil society organizations, the private sector and Member States. The Forum will allow Major Groups and Stakeholders the opportunity to coordinate their input into both the Open-ended Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives (29 November – 1 December 2017) and the Assembly itself. More information is available here.
In a recent training held in Bhutan, one of the countries in compliance with the Montreal Protocol, saw more than 30 customs officials from regional offices being trained on enforcement of the Montreal Protocol.
The 63rd commonwealth parliamentary conference was held in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from the 1st to 8th of November 2017, where parliamentarians reaffirmed their commitment to climate chang
The fifth annual Sustainable Development Transition Forum (SDTF) was held in Incheon, Republic of Korea, from 30 October to 1 November 2017.
“There is no known quantity of lead that is not harmful to humans. It is “particularly toxic to the developing brains of young children,” Mr.
A new waste and chemicals inspection tool has been developed to enhance the performance of law enforcement officers and environmental inspectors.