Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://repository.udca.edu.co/handle/11158/1274
Title: Waste and Climate Change - Global Trends and Strategy Framework
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Nairobi (Kenia) : United Nations Environment Programme, 2010
Abstract: The sound management of waste can have substantial co-benefits for efforts to address climate change. As a first step to realize these co-benefits, this report seeks - To examine the potential of climate impacts and benefits of different waste management activities. - To present a UNEP-led framework strategy to assist countries in prioritizing their resources and efforts for waste management and climate change mitigation. The framework strategy is intended to align with the internationally recognized waste management hierarchy, in which waste prevention receives the highest priority, to optimize the co-benefits for climate change mitigation. The Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has directed its International Environmental Technology Centre (IETC) branch to take action in the area of waste management.
Description: 71 páginas : gráficas
URI: https://repository.udca.edu.co/handle/11158/1274
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