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Opportunities for synergy among the environmental conventions: results of national and local level workshops

Source(s):  United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)

This publication is not another compendium of guidelines or recommendations on the development of synergy, but is rather an attempt to provide information on the lessons learned through the national and local level synergy workshops organized with the support of the UNCCD Secretariat and key partners. It does not present a blueprint, but instead seeks to give information about experiences gained and methods developed so far, aiming to trigger ideas on how to enhance synergistic implementation at the national and local levels. The publication is primarily targeted at affected countries, but is also expected to benefit development cooperation partners, international organizations and other stakeholders working on the implementation of the environmental Conventions.



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  • Opportunities for synergy among the environmental conventions: results of national and local level workshops
  • Publication date 2006
  • Author(s) Mouat, D.; Lancaster, J.; El-Bagouri, I.; Santibañez, F.
  • Number of pages 51 p.

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