Events

01 June 2016 to 03 June 2016

In the Asia Pacific region, PEI has been helping more than eight countries test and apply approaches and tools for integrated development planning, budgeting and investment management processes. PEI’s mainstreaming experiences provide the international community with practical...

25 May 2016

Forum on Partnerships for Inclusive Green Economy: Joining up for Delivery on the 2030 Agenda

Special Event at the second United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-2) on 25 May 2016.

Partners include:

- Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE)

- Green Growth...

28 April 2016

The 8th UNDP-UN Environment Poverty-Environment Initiative Donor Steering Group Meeting convened in Vientiane, Lao PDR, on 28 April 2016. The meeting was attended by donor representatives from Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the European Union, as well as the United...

22 March 2016

A multi-stakeholder forum on “Review of Extractive revenue sharing system in Mongolia” to present and discuss findings of a study and formulate policy recommendations

11 March 2016

Consultation on the draft Uvurkhangai aimag’s environmental, social and economic vulnerability assessment and mid-term vision document to be held in Uvurkhangai aimag to align it with the newly approved central planning law and vision document.

17 December 2015

During the past ten years, nine countries in Africa have with support from the joint UNDP-UN Environment 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...

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...

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