Events

17 December 2015

During the past ten years, nine countries in Africa have with support from the joint UNDP-UNEP PEI started examining the interconnections between poverty, environment and development, the so-called poverty-environment nexus, and explored new ways of how to address these challenges...

06 December 2015

Renewable, clean energy and gender equality are preconditions for sustainable development and for tackling climate change. Women’s knowledge, empowerment and collective action are central to finding and building more environmentally sustainable pathways to manage our environment; to...

06 October 2015 to 09 October 2015

The Asia Pacific region produces a third of the world’s production of metals, fuels and gas. Investments in this sector can contribute significantly to economic growth and domestic financial resources. However, uneven distribution of the costs and benefits associated with these, can lead to...

28 September 2015

Combating Forestry and Wildlife Crimes through Strengthened Policies and Legal Processes – National Workshop in Malawi September 28th, Lilongwe Malawi. Malawi’s national parks and its wildlife generate important revenues. Nature-based tourism generates local jobs and has been estimated to...

27 September 2015

Belgium & PEI Side Event to the UN Summit for Sustainable Development 2015

Sunday, 27 September 2015 

 

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25 September 2015

On 25 September 2015, UNEP, the Government of Germany, and the UNDP, supported by the PAGE secretariat, hosted a high-...

27 August 2015

Malawi’s launches the country’s first Public Environmental Expenditure Review Malawi’s economy and the livelihoods of a majority of the population are largely dependent on different environment and natural resources (ENR). In this light, harnessing public resources in support of pro-...

25 June 2015

While changes in the environment affect everyone, they affect men and women differently. Women and girls are more likely to be affected by environmental degradation largely because of their traditional responsibilities such as food producers, collecting water and firewood. Identify and address...

25 June 2015

Bien que les changements dans l'environnement touchent tout le monde, ils affectent les hommes et les femmes différemment. Les femmes et les filles sont plus susceptibles d'être touchés par la dégradation de l'environnement en grande partie compte tenu des responsabilités traditionnelles comme...

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