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Year: 2012
This report analyses how combinations of technological measures and changes in consumption patterns could contribute to achieving a set of sustainability objectives, taking into account the interlinkages between them
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Year: 2012
The report highlights predicted increases in the scarcity of natural resources - with demand for water and energy expected to rise by 40% and demand for food by 50% before we reach 2030
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Year: 2012
This Toolkit to assess proposed Benefit Sharing and Revenue Distribution Schemes of Community REDD+ Projects has been developed as part of REDD-net’s aim of strengthening the ability of community-based institutions to address REDD+ issues, with benefit sharing being a key issue in the design of equitable REDD+ policies and projects at the national and community levels
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Year: 2011
The Green Economy Report is compiled by UNEP's Green Economy Initiative in collaboration with economists and experts worldwide
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Year: 2011
This document presents a review of current and planned adaptation action in South Asia, which is defined as including the following countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka
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Year: 2009
The following report (September 2009) summarizes in the introduction the key points of the March 2009 UNEP GGND policy brief and encourages participating governments to renew their pledge to a Global Green New Deal
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Year: 2009
In eradicating or reducing the problem of water shortage within the Bamendakwe community, the government and private institutions need to recognise that involving both women and men in integrated water resources initiatives can increase project effectiveness and efficiency
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Year: 2009
A recent overview by the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean reveals that the region’s larger economies have been significantly affected by the global economic crisis in the following ways:
  • Reduction in both international demand and the terms of trade for the region’s goods and services
  • Increasing difficulties in accessing international finance.
  • Strong pressure on exchange rates.
  • Deterioration in labour markets, investment, and consumption.
This paper reflects on the commission’s findings in relation to statistics from a variety of sources including the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and the Economist. It highlights the countries in the region most at risk from the economic crisis, documenting changes in their economic growth, trade and financial sectors, and unemployment levels. It explores what the policy implications are for the region’s governments responding to the crisis and the wider implications for donors.

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Year: 2009
  Latent and violent unrest has plagued Nepal since the process of parliamentary politics was reintroduced in 1991 after 50 years of monarchical rule
Year: 2009
The past three decades of war and disorder have had a devastating impact on the Afghan people
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