United Nations
Environment Programme
Climate Change: What Does it Mean for Rural Livelihoods and Food Security?
November, 2016

Côte d’Ivoire Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment
September, 2015 The Government of Côte d’Ivoire, which came into power after the 2010 elections, made a formal request for UNEP to undertake a post crisis environmental assessment. In response, UNEP carried out a...

Taking Root: The Cash Crop Trade in Darfur
November, 2013 The purpose of the study is to understand the impact of a decade of conflict in Darfur on the trade in some of Darfur’s major cash crops. How has the cash crop trade adapted, and to what extent, if...

Managing post-disaster debris: the Japan experience
June, 2012 In March 2011, a massive earthquake off the north-east coast of Japan triggered a tsunami that created an unprecedented volume of debris. The debris management operation which is currently ongoing...

Ogoniland Environmental Assessment
November, 2011 Over a 14-month period, the UNEP team examined more than 200 locations, surveyed 122 kilometers of pipeline rights of way, reviewed more than 5,000 medical records and engaged over 23,000 people at...

Assessment of Energy, Water and Waste Reduction Options for the Proposed AMISOM HQ Camp in Mogadishu, Somalia and the Support Base in Mombasa, Kenya
February, 2010  UNEP undertook a preliminary assessment of the resource-demand and operating practices of two proposed African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM) camps, in Mogadishu (HQ Camp), Somalia and Mombasa,...

Environmental Assessment of the Gaza Strip - following the escalation of hostilities in December 2008- January 2009
September, 2009 This report and its findings are based on field work by a team of international experts deployed by UNEP following its Governing Council's Decision 25/12 in February 2009, requesting UNEP to assess...

Oil Spill in the Kerch Strait, Ukraine Post-Disaster Needs Assessment
November, 2008 This report aimed to support Ukraine to recover from the oil spill that occurred in the Kerch Strait in November 2007.  A severe storm caused the Volgoneft-139 to release over 1,300 tonnes of fuel...

A Guide to Afghanistan's 2007 Environment Law
March, 2008 The purpose of this brochure is to give the Afghan people, and other interested persons, a basic overview as to why and how the Law was developed, and the implications of the Law for the ordinary...

Sudan Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment  Synthesis Report
June, 2007 In January 2005, after more than two decades of devastating civil war, the Sudanese central government in Khartoum and the Sudan People’s Liberation Army in the south signed a historic Comprehensive...

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