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View Resource United Nations Environment Programme: Harmful Substances

UNEP is a primary driving force in the UN system for international activities related to the sound management of chemicals. The aim is to promote chemical safety and provide countries with access to...

http://www.unep.org/hazardoussubstances/
View Resource United Nations Environment Programme: Ecosystem Management

Scientific evidence shows that ecosystems are under unprecedented pressure, threatening prospects for sustainable development. While the challenges are daunting, they also provide opportunities for...

http://www.unep.org/ecosystemmanagement/
View Resource United Nations Environment Programme: Resource Efficiency

UNEP works to promote resource efficiency and sustainable consumption and production in both developed and developing countries. The focus is on achieving increased understanding and implementation...

http://www.unep.org/resourceefficiency/
View Resource United Nations Environment Programme: Environmental Governance

Scientific evidence shows that ecosystems are under unprecedented pressure, threatening prospects for sustainable development. While the challenges are daunting, they also provide opportunities for...

http://www.unep.org/environmentalgovernance/
View Resource United Nations Environment Programme: Disasters and Conflicts

As the global population continues to rise, and demand for resources continues to grow, there is significant potential for conflicts over natural resources to intensify in the coming decades. The...

http://www.unep.org/conflictsanddisasters/
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