Nom : Déclaration du Collectif RIO+20 en préparatio.pdf
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Nom : EN_The_contribution_of_the_Collectif.pdf
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Notre rôle de Bonn à Rio
Ce document pourrait constituer l'une des contributions permettant l'élaboration d'une déclaration des citoyens. Pour cette période cruciale pour l'humanité, il importe que la Conférence de Rio réunisse tous les gouvernements à leur plus haut niveau et permette ce dialogue avec les citoyens. La mobilisation dépendra aussi d'un sommet des citoyens d'où pourront découler des propositions. Seule une parole forte exprimée devant le monde entier, relayée par les médias, sera à même de donner l'impulsion initiale indispensable au changement de paradigme. Pour ce qui est de l'enceinte onusienne, seule représentative de tous les pays, cela pourrait sonner une reprise du multilatéralisme.
Nom : FR - Contribution du Collectif RIO+20 en prép.pdf
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Nom : Collectif Rio+20 - GT 3 -Document de réflexio.doc
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Debriefing Intersessional Meeting RIO+20 par le Stakeholder Forum
Nom : OUTREACH-inter1final.pdf
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The Bureau of UNCSD briefed the delegations and other stakeholders of the UNCSD preparatory process about the status of preparations for the conference. The briefing was chaired by the Permanent Representative of Antigua and Barbuda, Ambassador John Ashe in his capacity as co-chair of the Bureau of the preparatory process. The briefing was also attended by the Conference Secretary-General, Ambassador Sha Zukang.
Nom : Summary-of-the-briefing-for-UNCSD-process.pdf
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L'ONU vient de lancer le premier numéro de la publication « Newsletter Rio+20 ».
Pour aller plus loin : http://www.uncsd2012.org/
Nom : Newsletter-December2010(Rio20-Making-it-Happe.pdf
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Nom : UN Resolution AG64-236.pdf
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Stakeholder Forum has produced a document to input to the Consultative Group on Environmental Governance. The UNEP Consulative Group of high level representatives and ministers will hold its second meeting in Helsinki, Finland from 21st - 23rd November 2010.
Fin : 23/11/10
Lieu : The UNEP Consulative Group of high level representatives and ministers will hold its second meeting in Helsinki, Finland from 21st - 23rd November 2010
Nom : inputtoconsultativegroup-stakeholder forum_oc.pdf
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Ad Hoc Expert Meeting on the Green Economy: Trade and Sustainable Development Implications
( For information only - Not an official record )
The green economy within the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication is one of the themes of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20), to be held in Brazil in 2012.
At the first session of the Preparatory Committee, held 17-19 May in New York, UNCTAD, serving as the sustainable trade focal point for Rio+20, was invited to convene an expert meeting to address the trade and sustainable development implications of the green economy.
At the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (Rio de Janeiro, 1992), UNCTAD played an active role in drafting and facilitating negotiations on Chapter 2 of Agenda 21, a comprehensive global plan of action for sustainable development. Chapter 2 proposes that trade, environment and development policies should be mutually supportive. In the face of current pressing needs in addressing poverty reduction, human development and climate change, new impetus is needed for the concept of inclusive sustainable development, while enhancing the sense of ownership by developed and developing countries and the role of multilateral cooperative action.
The green economy has emerged as a new paradigm and an enabling component of sustainable development. In that regard, it may have the potential to provide new trade and investment impetus to developing-country economies, especially if anchored in a mutually supportive approach to sustainable development.
The Ad Hoc Expert Meeting is being organized in close collaboration with the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs and the United Nations Environment Programme. It aims to explore ways in which the green economy, through trade-led growth, could become a pro-development income-generating instrument that will directly contribute to meeting the sustainable development imperative universally adopted at Rio in 1992.
The outcome of the meeting will be submitted as a direct input to the Rio+20 preparatory process.
Nous vous invitons à télécharger la note de cadrage préparée pour l'occasion :
THE GREEN ECONOMY: TRADE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IMPLICATIONS
Fin : 08/10/10 - 18:30
Nom : note de cadrage ad hoc group green economy tr.pdf
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On 24th December 2009 the UN General Assembly adopted a Resolution (A/RES/64/236) agreeing to hold the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD) in 2012 - also referred to as 'Rio+20' or 'Rio 20'.
The Conference seeks three objectives: securing renewed political commitment to sustainable development, assessing the progress and implementation gaps in meeting already agreed commitments, and addressing new and emerging challenges.
The Member States have agreed on the following two themes for the Conference: green economy within the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication, and institutional framework for sustainable development
Background of the meeting:
The MGSB will be hosting a series of thematic consultations with major groups and stakeholders
in support of the work of UNEP in two main areas:
- international environmental governance, and
- green economy.
These Consultations will be organized in collaboration with DELC and ETB-DTIE.
The objective of the Consultation on Green Economy is to facilitate substantive input from
major groups and stakeholders on the draft Green Economy Report chapters, and its policy
recommendations in the context of the upcoming Rio+20 Conference.
Le programme est téléchargeable ci-dessous.
Fin : 26/10/10 - 18:00
Lieu : Genève
Nom : BriefingConsultationonGE-Agenda-October2010.pdf
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Lors de notre dernière réunion nous vous faisions part des questionnaires lancés par le Secrétariat de la Conférence. Ces questionnaires prennent une nouvelle forme et sont synthétisés en 4 grandes questions comme en témoigne la note de Sha Zukang :
Note for questionnaire from Sha Zukang Conference Secretary-General .
Wednesday, 29 September 2010
Request for Inputs/Contributions for the Documentation to be prepared for the Second Meeting of the Preparatory Committee of UNCSD
In response to the decisions of the First Preparatory Committee Meeting for the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD), the UNCSD dedicated secretariat has prepared a Questionnaire for collecting information from governments and other stakeholders.
To accommodate the requests of some Member States and other stakeholders regarding the length of the Questionnaire, the secretariat has prepared a summary set of four questions, which capture the essential information sought as input to a synthesis report to be prepared by the secretariat.
1. What are your experiences, especially “success stories” in regard to this theme or objective? and, in your experience, what are the drivers of success?
2. What challenges, obstacles and risk factors were highlighted by this experience, and what lessons are provided by your experience on how these could be addressed?
3. What new opportunities emerged from this experience, and how have they been, or could they be, exploited?
4. What is your expectation in this area for an outcome from UNCSD? What specific suggestions/proposals would you like to make in this regard?
These four questions are asked in relation to each of the five areas mentioned in GA Resolution 64/236 for consideration at UNCSD:
i. renewed political commitment for sustainable development;
ii. assessing progress and remaining gaps in implementation;
iii. addressing new and emerging challenges;
iv. a green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication; and
v. institutional framework for sustainable development.
You may choose to answer only the summary questions, but answers to as many questions as possible in the detailed Questionnaire would also be extremely valuable.
Both the summary set of questions and the detailed Questionnaire will be available online in writable form by 1 October 2010. To access the writable versions, focal points will need to request a secure password from the secretariat (UNCSD2012@un.org).
Completed questionnaires and other information received by the deadline of 31 October 2010 will be considered in the preparation of the synthesis report.
I would like to thank you all for your efforts as we work together in a collaborative spirit towards a successful Conference in 2012.
Les questionnaires originaux sont téléchargeables à partir du document ci-dessous (garder la touche ctrl active en passant sur les liens pour activer les liens). Les contributions sont à soumettre avant le 31 octobre.
Nom : QUESTIONNAIRE_UN System_Plus_31Aug_for_commen.doc
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