Efforts to ensure sustainable peace can help to support access to safe, reliable and affordable energy in the long term. Energy access in turn can help to reduce conflict due to specific food security and livelihood benefits, such as the ability to safely cook food and carry out income-generating activities. An in-depth analysis of context-specific conflict drivers is a necessary first step in working towards sustainable peace.
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Library ResourceInstitutional & promotional materialsNovember, 2018Kenya, Congo, Italy
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2018Haiti, Jordan, Bangladesh, United States of America, Japan, Zambia, China, Italy, Indonesia, Ghana, Costa Rica, Mexico, Thailand
The integration of food into urban planning is a crucial and emerging topic.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksFebruary, 2018Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Chile, Guatemala, Colombia, Indonesia, Portugal, Ecuador, Bolivia, Cuba, Argentina, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil
Este documento ofrece una visión sintética de las evoluciones del acceso a la tierra y a los recursos naturales en América latina durante las últimas décadas. Intenta subrayar los principales caracteres originales de estas evoluciones frente a las de otros continentes.
Library ResourceRegulationsJanuary, 2017Malta
These provisions lay down some amendments to the Industrial Emissions (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control) Regulations as regards coordination of the Malta Environment and Planning Authority with other competent authorities.
Amends: Industrial Emissions (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control) Regulations, 2013 (L.N. 10 of 2013). (2013)
Library ResourceRegulationsJanuary, 2017Malta
These provisions lay down some amendments to the Industrial Emissions (Framework) Regulations as regards the measures to be adopted by the competent authority to limit the environmental consequences in case of incident or accident affecting the environment.
Amends: Industrial Emissions (Framework) Regulations, 2013 (L.N. 9 of 2013). (2013)
Library ResourceLegislationJune, 2017Portugal
This Regional Legislative Decree, consisting of 171 articles divided into nine Chapters, establishes the general bases of the Public Policy for Land, Regional Territorial Planning and Urbanism within the Autonomous Region of Madeira. This Regional Legislative Decree under Law n. 31/2014, of May 30, defines the regional system for the territorial management.
Library ResourceLegislationNovember, 2008Bosnia and Herzegovina
This Law lays down the general interest principles regarding the acquisition, seizure, use, disposal, protection and termination of rights on property, including several deriving real estate/physical property rights, also in relation with state property (public land).
Library ResourceRegulationsFebruary, 2006Andorra
The present Decree approves the Regulation which shall govern the installation and functioning of waste landfills. Article 2 defines the application scope. The Regulation shall apply to establishments engaged in the management of non hazardous waste. There are hereby established the conditions for the acceptance of waste at landfills. Inspections shall be carried out to ensure that emission limit standards are not exceeded, in order to prevent air and water pollution.
Repealed by: Decree repealing the Regulation on the landfill of waste. (2006-07-05)
Library ResourceRegulationsJuly, 2017Italy
This Law determines several provisions and measures, that also implementing and amending certain regional Laws, aimed at adapting the Emilia-Romagna regional legislative rules as regards the environmental field and introduction of measures in favor of territories that are or were affected by earthquakes (territories hit by earthquakes in 2012 and 2016).This text, as regards the environmental field, transposes the provisions of certain state Laws and Regulations related to the environment and to the defense of soil and coast, in particular as regards forestation, the evaluation procedure for
Library ResourceRegulationsJuly, 2016Italy
This Decree was adopted pursuant to article 5-bis of Law No. 84 of 1994 which addresses the dredging of marine coastal areas within sites of national interest. The Law states that dredged materials may be disposed of in the same body of water as long as they: are similar to the sediment level of the site of origin; are suitable for the destination site; and pass the relevant ecotoxicity tests. They may also be re-used on land if pollutants contained therein do not exceed certain thresholds; or stored in coastal retaining tanks if they are non-hazardous.
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