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Some researchers doubt the commitment of some countries to this agreement. It is hoped that a new, more stringent agreement will be reached and applied from Sustainable energy resources There are many strategies employed to minimise the impact of climate change. To meet increasing global demands for energy, while reducing the risk of causing either damage to the environment or contributing to global warming, it is important that: Developing countries reduce deforestation and increase afforestation - planting trees. All countries find new types of energy, while developing and expanding existing sources more sustainable than fossil fuels.
Industries and domestic users of energy use it more efficiently and reduce needless waste. A decisive selection criterion for these two pilot areas is the presence of wide-range projects aimed at achieving goals in common with the project, such as biodiversity preservation, fight against desertification and drought, and mitigation of climate change. Another key element for the selection of these regions is the participation of civil society in all activities carried out by the NCSA. The project aims to provide a short-term support for a sustainable long-term capacity increase in the areas mentioned above, that would otherwise be unattainable.
This study presents a unique way to utilize the existing literature to explain the success of treaties in managing hydrologic stress. Literature-derived core. Literature-derived core concepts are summarized as seven treaty me. Design and impact of water treaties. Managing climate change. Authors; (view.
Outcome 1: The administrative and judicial system, as well as other observance institutions at central and local levels, effectively enforce environmental legislation related to MEA, with emphasis on the recently passed Special Law on Crimes against the Environment and Natural Resources. Outcome 2: Organizational development and inter-institutional strengthening on environmental mainstreaming in line with the MEAs and EAs, in an institutionally sustainable manner. The Inception Workshop is crucial to building ownership for the project results and to plan the first year annual work plan.
The Project Team will inform the UNDP-CO of any delays or difficulties faced during implementation so that the appropriate support or corrective measures can be adopted in a timely and remedial fashion. Other members of the Project Board may also join these visits. It will focus on the effectiveness, efficiency and timeliness of project implementation; will highlight issues requiring decisions and actions; and will present initial lessons learned about project design, implementation and management.
The Terminal Evaluation should also provide recommendations for follow-up activities. Results from the project will be disseminated within and beyond the project intervention zone through existing information sharing networks and forums.
The project will identify, analyze, and share lessons learned that might be beneficial in the design and implementation of similar future projects. Finally, there will be a two-way flow of information between this project and other projects of a similar focus. Skip to main content. Project Details.
Project Details Nicaragua is the second poorest country in Latin America with half of its 5 million inhabitants living in poverty. To this end, three main outcomes have been defined: Outcome 1: The administrative and legal system, as well as other observance institutions at central and local levels, effectively enforce the environmental legislation related to MEA, with emphasis on the recently passed Special Crimes against the Environment and Natural Resources Act.
Outcome 2: Organizational development and inter-institutional strengthening on environmental mainstreaming in line with the MEAs and other environmental agreements, in an institutionally sustainable manner. Outcome 3: MARENA has acquired the technical and methodological capacities to monitor the impact of a more effective enforcement of the environmental legislation, and the way it contributes to act in accordance to compliance with MEAs.