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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
 
Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation
Stock Code IPCC0114, UNEP 2012 Paperback 582 Pages Price USD 72.00
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The Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX) was approved and accepted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on 18 November 2011 in Kampala, Uganda. SREX integrates expertise in climate science, disaster risk management, and adaptation to inform discussions on how to reduce and manage the risks of extreme events and disasters in a changing climate.

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Kick the Habit: A UN Guide to Climate Neutrality
Stock Code DCP/1052/GE, UNEP 2008 Paperback 200 pages Price USD 18.00
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UNEP has prepared KICK THE HABIT: A UN Guide to Climate Neutrality, to show how we can get closer to climate neutrality on the various levels of our society. It is written by experts from many disciplines and various countries, with leading research organizations involved in preparing and reviewing the publication. Kick the Habit: A UN Guide to Climate Neutrality is aimed at a broad audience, and it presents solutions for individuals, businesses, cities and countries plus other groups that have similar characteristics such as NGO and intergovernmental organizations. The book is rich in case studies, illustrations, maps and graphics and serves also as reference publication.

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Climate Change 2007 - Mitigation of Climate Change - Paperback - (Working Group III)
Stock Code IPCC0097, UNEP 2007 Paperback 851 pages Price USD 85.00
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This IPCC Working Group III volume provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art and worldwide overview of scientific knowledge related to the mitigation of climate change. It includes a detailed assessment of costs and potentials of mitigation technologies and practices, implementation barriers, and policy options for the sectors: energy supply, transport, buildings, industry, agriculture, forestry and waste management.

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Elephants in the Dust - The African Elephant Crisis
Stock Code 4071, UNEP 2013 Paperback 77 Pages Price USD 27.00
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The African elephant, the largest remaining land mammal on the planet, is facing the greatest crisis in decades. Reports of mass elephant killings in the media vividly illustrate the situation across many African elephant range States. This Rapid Response Assessment provides an overview of the current state of the African elephant alongside recommendations for action to ensure its protection.

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Managing post-disaster debris: the Japan experience
Stock Code 4038, UNEP 2012 Paperback 51 Pages Price USD 30.00
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In March 2011, a massive earthquale off the north-east coast of Japan triggered a tsunami rhat created an unprecedented volume of debris. The debris management operation which is currently ongoing along the Tohoku coast is the largest of its kind in the world. In order to share international experiences in disaster debris management and to document the lessons from the Japanese experience, a UNEP international expert team visited the Tohoku area in early 2012.

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The Business Case for the Green Economy - Sustainable Return on Investment
Stock Code DTI/1553/PA, UNEP 2012 Paperback 38 Pages Price USD 40.00
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The Business Case for a Green Economy, complements and extends the UNEP Green Economy Report.¹ Written for a corporate audience, it illuminates and clarifies the business benefits to companies that pro-actively participate in – perhaps even lead – the transition to a resource efficient and Green Economy.

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The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity: Ecological and Economic Foundations
Stock Code 3994, UNEP 2012 Paperback 410 Pages Price USD 55.00
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The TEEB study is underpinned by an assessment of state-of-the-art science and economics.  The goal is to provide the conceptual foundation to link economics and ecology and to posit a paradigm of the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem services. 

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Chief Liquidity Series – Issue 3: Extractive Industries
Stock Code DTI/1619/GE, UNEP 2012 Paperback 64 Pages Price USD 40.00
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The third issue of the Chief Liquidity Series focuses on a number of sub-sectors within the broader extractive sector. The first part of the briefing displays how water risks may manifest themselves in different types of extractive sub-sectors and how this in turn could affect the finance sector. Within the realm of this publication we focused on the following sub-sectors: coal, seam gas, precious metals, oil sands and base metals.

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South Africa 2010 Report : FIFA World Cup
Stock Code 4033, UNEP 2012 Paperback 110 Pages Price USD 30.00
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UNEP Evaluation of 2010 World Cups Green Performance Shows South Africa Successes and Way Forward for Brazil. The actual footprint was 1.65 million Tonnes of CO2 equivalent, compared to a projection of 2.64 million. 

 

UNEP worked with the South African government through the Green Goal 2010 project to promote initiatives such as cutting the tournament’s carbon footprint, reducing waste and water use, and conserving and enhancing biodiversity. Such initiatives are set to be pushed to the next level in Brazil with the aim of creating truly green events.


 

 

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Final Environmental Review of the 2010 World Exposition: Shanghai, China
Stock Code 4032, UNEP 2012 Paperback 99 Pages Price USD 40.00
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The Review looks at the quantitative and qualitative environmental impact of Expo 2010, and its long-term influence on the development of Shanghai and surrounding areas. It acknowledges efforts by the city in nine key areas: air quality, transport, energy, solid waste, water, green coverage, protected areas, climate neutrality, and the overall situation of the Expo site.

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Integracion de la sostenibilidad en las instituciones financieras LatinamericanaS
Stock Code DTI/1562/GE, UNEP 2012 Paperback 85 Pages Price USD 40.00
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This report by UNEP FI and FELABAN is the result of a pan-regional survey conducted among 85 financial institutions in 19 countries on how the Latin American financial sector has integrated sustainability in its activities.

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Green Hills, Blue Cities : An Ecosystems Approach to Water Resources
Stock Code 3913, UNEP 2011 Paperback 68 Pages Price USD 30.00
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This report shows that there is a way forward for a more sustainable future where restoration of ecosystems, often in the green hills and watersheds surrounding cities, can provide cheaper, efficient and resilient water supply systems in a changing world.

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