Sudan: Post-conflict Environmental Assessment, Volume 1

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UNEP/Earthprint, 2007 - Political Science - 354 pages
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This report presents the findings of the Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment of Sudan and provides detailed recommendations for follow-up action. The sectors investigated include natural disasters and desertification, linkages between conflict and environment, the impacts of population displacement, urban environment and environmental health, industry, agriculture, forest resources, freshwater resources, wildlife and protected areas, marine environments, environmental governance and international aid.
 

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Contents

Foreword
5
Introduction
18
Country Context
30
Natural Disasters and Desertification
56
Conflict and the Environment
70
Population Displacement and the Environment
98
Urban Environment and Environmental Health
118
Industry and the Environment
138
Freshwater Resources
218
Wildlife and Protected Area Management
250
Marine Environments and Resources
274
Environmental Governance and Awareness
290
International Aid and the Environment
308
Conclusions
326
List of acronyms and abbreviations
336
List of contributors
351

Agriculture and the Environment
158
Forest Resources
192

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This report was prepared for the United Nations Environment Programmes by the GEMS Monitoring and Assessment Research Centre, London UK, in co-operation with World Resources Institute, Washington DC and the UK Department of the Environment, London.

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