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Organized Crime in Wildlife, Gold and Timber, Worth Over One Billion USD, Further Fuels Conflict in Eastern DR Congo - UN Report
Freshwater Law and Governance:
Global and Regional Perspectives for Sustainability
Freshwater Law and Governance: Global and Regional Perspectives for Sustainability
Rule of Environmental Law Essential for Sustainable Development, Inter-American Congress Concludes
30-31 March 2015, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Report from Globe UK 2015 Parliamentary Dialogue with Elizabeth Mrema
Organized Crime Threat to Wild Species on the Increase,
Says UN on Wildlife Day
Human-Induced Factors Continue to Cause Biodiversity Decline in Africa, According to Preview of UNEP Report
Click here to Visit the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment 2015 Website
Montevideo Programme IV Mid-Term Review
InforMEA Launches Four Courses Through Its New E-Learning Tool
The InforMEA E-Learning Tool aims at building knowledge and greater understanding of International Environmental Law (IEL).
UNEP Access-to-Information policy now open for comments
First International Environment Forum for Basin Organizations
'Towards Sustainable Freshwater Governance'
Building Capacities to Strengthen Carbon Markets in African Countries
Carbon markets are an essential mechanism for the successful implementation of the international climate change regime.
The flexible mechanisms established under the Kyoto protocol are among the principle drivers of the development of such markets especially in developing countries.
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ENVIRONMENTAL RULE OF LAW
Justice, Governance and Law for Environmental Sustainability
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Environmental Law Guidelines
Africa - Nairobi, Kenya
Prevention and Minimization of hazardous wastes and other wastes