Along with IUCN, UNDP, the World Bank, governments, WRI, and other partners, UNEP is a founding member of the “Partnership for Principle 10” (PP10). Under PP10, UNEP has committed to increasing its performance in providing adequate information to the interested public. This initiative identifies the three principles articulated in Principle 10 as keys for public participation in environmental governance. PP10 is committed to translating the principles into action by promoting transparent, inclusive, and accountable decision-making at the national level.
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EASD representative participated at UN organized Meeting: STRENGTHENING DATA AND INDICATOR FRAMEWORK FOR MONITORING AND REPORTING OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL DIMENSION OF AGENDA 2030, September 21, 2021
Virtually we are in Nairobi: participating at The Global Major Groups and Stakeholders Forum , the fifth meeting of the Open-Ended Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives, Science-Policy Forum and the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA 5.1)
EASD participated at Regional Consultation Meeting for Europe in preparation for UNEA 5 – RCM for UNEA 5.1, virtual meeting on December 16-17, 2020
EnE20 Conference “Citizen science: Focus on Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals” , planned for June 5th 2020
EASD support the African Amalgam Amendment to the Minamata Convention on Mercury by co-signing the letter to Parties and Signatories to the Minamata Convention, October 2019
EASD Input to SAICM/IP.3/8 (Assessment on linkages with other clusters related to chemicals and waste management and options to coordinate and cooperate on areas of common interest), 26.10.2019