Mark Halle. Published by International Institute for Sustainable Development, October 2007
Archive for May, 2010
Civil society groups around the world have an important opportunity to provide input to the intergovernmental process on International Environmental Governance (IEG).
IMPORTANT: Solicitation of Civil Society Input to Intergovernmental Process on International Environmental Governance
Environment ministers from around the world have acknowledged that the status quo in international environmental governance, characterized by overlap, fragmentation, and resource deficiencies, is no longer an option and reform is imperative. In February 2009, at the 25th session of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme, ministers launched a formal political process (the so-called Belgrade process) to consider all possible options for reforming the international environmental architecture.
The National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) will be hosting their 11th National Conference for Science, Policy and the Environment from January 19-21, 2011 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC.