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United Nations Environment Programme
Established in 1972, works to encourage sustainable development through sound environmental practices everywhere. Its activities cover a wide range of issues, from atmosphere and terrestrial ecosystems, the promotion of environmental science and information, to an early warning and emergency response capacity to deal with environmental disasters and emergencies.
Website: www.unep.org
 
Non-timber forest products in Uganda : UNEP-WCMC Biodiversity Series No. 18
Stock Code DEW/0832/CA, UNEP 2006 paperback 28 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report describes a new map-based approach to defining areas best suited for NTFP commercialization. Uganda is used as a case study. As one of the most rapidly growing economies in Africa, its rich natural heritage highlights the conflict between national development efforts and the need for a globally responsible approach to biodiversity conservation.

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Migratory Species and Climate Change - Impacts of a Changing Environment on Wild Animals
Stock Code 3617, UNEP 2006 Paperback 61 pages Price USD 20.00
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The effects of the global phenomenon Climate Change on the behavior of migratory species are becoming increasingly evident. Migratory species seem more vulnerable than most wildlife as they use multiple habitats and sites and a wide range of resources throughout their migratory cycle.
This publication is an aid in raising awareness by highlighting some case studies, assessing impacts and identifying possible solutions and mitigation measures.

 

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Global Deserts Outlook
Stock Code DEW/0839/NA, UNEP 2006 Hardback 148 pages Price USD 40.00
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The Global Deserts Outlook is the first thematic assessment report in the Global Environment Outlook (GEO) series of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). A UNEP contribution to the International Year of Deserts and Desertification in 2006, the report aims to help raise global public awareness of the state of the world's deserts.
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Environmental Assessment of the Areas Disengaged by Israel in the Gaza Strip
Stock Code DEP/0810/GE, UNEP 2006 Paperback 209 pages Price USD 30.00
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JERUSALEM, 30 March, 2006 – The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has revealed the results of the first major investigation into the environmental impact of the Israeli disengagement from Gaza last year. By and large, the UNEP scientific assessment report gives the Gaza pull-out an environmental clean bill of health.
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AEO 2 : L'Avenir De L'Environment en Afrique
Stock Code DEW/0851/NA, UNEP 2006 Paperback 542 pages Price USD 60.00
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The Africa Environment Outlook 2 (French) is the second comprehensive integrated report on the African environment, produced by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) for the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN) .

 

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Our Planet Vol 16.4 - Renewable Energy
Stock Code 3542, UNEP 2006 Paperback 27 pages Price USD 5.00
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Our Planet Vol 17.2, Climate Change an Economic Development - Spanish
Stock Code 3609, UNEP 2006 Paperback 36 pages Price USD 5.00
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Regional Sea Reports and Studies no. 180 : Financing the implementation of regional seas conventions and action plans : A guide for national action
Stock Code DEP/0821/HA, UNEP 2006 Paperback 88 pages Price USD 15.00
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This report addresses the financing process as a whole : how to determine financing needs, how to choose the plan that best fits these needs, as well as the challenges Regional Seas Programmes will face while moving forward with the next phase of activities.
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Caribbean Sea/Colombia & Venezuela, Central America & Mexico Giwa Regional assessment 3b, 3c
Stock Code 3597, UNEP 2006 Paperback 96 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the results of the GIWA assessment of the Colombia & Venezuela and Central America & Mexico sub-systems – located in GIWA region 3, the Caribbean Sea. The regional team identified habitat and community modification as the priority concern of both sub-systems.

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Caspian Sea
Stock Code 3599, UNEP 2006 Paperback 92 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the Caspian Sea – the largest land-locked water body on earth, bordered by five countries and influenced by three more in the catchment area.

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East African Rift Valley Lakes
Stock Code 3598, UNEP 2006 Paperback 156 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the assessment of Lakes Turkana, Tanganyika, Victoria and Malawi – the largest of the East African Rift Valley Lakes and among the oldest lakes in the world.

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Eastern Equatorial Pacific
Stock Code 3600, UNEP 2006 Paperback 96 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report presents the assessment of the GIWA Eastern Equatorial Pacific region, which includes parts of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia.

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