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  • 12-May-2020

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    Slovakia workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

    Slovakia workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

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  • 12-May-2020

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    Romania workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

    Romania workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

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  • 12-May-2020

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    Poland workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

    Poland workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

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  • 12-May-2020

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    Lithuania workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

    Lithuania workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

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  • 12-May-2020

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    Cyprus workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

    Cyprus workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

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  • 12-May-2020

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    Croatia workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

    Croatia workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

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  • 12-May-2020

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    Bulgaria workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

    Bulgaria workshop report - Financing Water Supply, Sanitation and Flood Protection

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  • 7-May-2020

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    Webinar Series on Emerging Science to Improve Chemical Safety

    On 30 April 2020, the OECD hosted a webinar on Good Licensing Practices of protected elements in Test Guidelines. This webinar explained the recently published Guiding Principles for Good Licensing Practices of protected elements in Test Guidelines and show how they can be useful in your work.

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  • 20-April-2020

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    Common Ground Between the Paris Agreement and the Sendai Framework - Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction

    Countries are faced with the growing challenge of managing increasing risks from climate change and climate variability, putting development and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals at risk. The adoption in 2015 of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction and the Paris Agreement on climate change provides a clear mandate for increased coherence in countries’ approaches to climate and disaster risk reduction. Countries increasingly recognise the benefits of improved coherence between the two policy areas, exemplified by the number of countries that either have developed joint strategies or put in place processes that facilitate co-ordination. Informed by the country approaches of Ghana, Peru and the Philippines, in addition to a review of relevant literature, this report examines the potential for increased coherence in approaches to climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction across levels of government and sectors. It identifies ways in which government officials, development co-operation and other stakeholders can support efforts to further enhance coherence between the two policy areas, not only in the three case study countries, but also those in other countries as well as providers of development co-operation.
  • 15-avril-2020

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    Vers une utilisation durable des terres - Aligner les politiques en matière de biodiversité, de climat et d’alimentation

    L’utilisation des terres occupe une place centrale dans bon nombre des défis environnementaux et socioéconomiques d’aujourd’hui. Ce rapport examine les problèmes actuels devant être surmontés pour mettre la politique foncière en phase avec les objectifs en matière de climat, de biodiversité et d’alimentation, ainsi que les possibilités de rendre les systèmes d’utilisation des terres plus durables. Six pays sont étudiés : Brésil, France, Indonésie, Irlande, Mexique et Nouvelle-Zélande. Tous se caractérisent par un secteur agricole et forestier relativement important et des émissions de gaz à effet de serre correspondantes élevées. La plupart de ces pays abritent également une biodiversité d’importance mondiale. À partir de l’analyse des stratégies et plans nationaux, ainsi que des instruments d’action et de coordination institutionnelle mis en place par ces pays, le rapport fournit des indications sur les bonnes pratiques permettant de mieux aligner les processus de décision en matière d’utilisation des terres et de rendre plus cohérents les objectifs concernant l’utilisation des terres, le climat, les écosystèmes et l’alimentation.
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