A warm thanks to all those who joined us for the third and final technical webinar on the UN Biodiversity Lab! Story maps are a simple, yet powerful tool to inform, engage, and inspire your target audience.
Ya está disponible el segundo seminario web técnico sobre el UN Biodiversity Lab. En este seminario web, nos basamos en seminarios web de orientación regional, que proporcionaron una introducción al UN Biodiversity Lab y sus funcionalidades.
Le deuxième webinaire technique portant sur le UN Biodiversity Lab est désormais disponible ! Dans ce webinaire, nous nous sommes appuyés sur les webinaires
The second UN Biodiversity Lab technical webinar is now available!
This course focuses on the implementation of international principles for sustainable water management, through the lens of the Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs). It aims at illustrating the main “green” principles of international water law, stemming from both binding and non-binding instruments, and their implementation in domestic legislation, transboundary agreements and related court/arbitration decisions.
Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) provides a tool that assists in the anticipation and minimization of development’s negative effects. Undertaken in the early stages of project planning and design, EIA helps shape development in a manner that best suits the local environment and is most responsive to human needs. This course introduces you to the Espoo Convention, which seeks to establish Environmental Impact Assessment-based mechanisms to effectively monitor and control trans-boundary pollution.
Widespread concern about the need for global action for the protection of the natural environment is a relatively recent phenomenon. Some interstate efforts to address problems relating to the oceans, endangered species, and other natural resources, date back to the nineteenth century. This course introduces you to treaty law and key concepts of international environmental law. International environmental law is a relatively recent subset of international law. It will take you 90 minutes approximately to complete the course, excluding additional materials.
This course covers the relationship between human rights and the environment; explains the bases for the application of human rights to environmental issues, and the procedural and substantive obligations relating to the environment; and gives examples of constitutions that have incorporated a right to a healthy environment, good practices in procedural and substantive environmental protection. You need about 3 hours to complete the course.