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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    also be sent to the Brazilian Ministry of External Relations at rio20 accreditation itamaraty gov br All photographs should be sent via email to protocolphoto un org This email account will accept photographs only Each email can contain multiple attachments Each attachment should consist of one photograph in jpeg format labelled with the full name of the participant For easy tracking of photographs sent via email please put in the subject line ONLY the name of the country entity or organization making the request Permanent observer missions and liaison offices are strongly advised to make use of the pre accreditation option in order to simplify the process and to avoid inconvenience to delegates Permanent observer missions and liaison offices are urged to advise and coordinate with their embassies and consulates general in Brazil on the proper accreditation procedure in order to avoid dual accreditation and confusion Missions are also advised that the United Nations Protocol Accreditation Unit will not accredit representatives of non governmental organizations and other major groups attending side events in the margin of the conference For registration of these groups please refer to the information on access and accreditation for non governmental organizations and other major groups On site accreditation starting 7 June through 17 June 2012 in Rio de Janeiro The on site accreditation of delegates of Member States Observers intergovernmental organizations and specialized agencies will be processed in Rio de Janeiro starting from Thursday 7 June 2012 by the Protocol Accreditation Unit at the Accreditation Centre located in Pavillion 1 of the Riocentro Convention Center Missions are reminded that the deadline for on site accreditation is Sunday 17 June 2012 Walk in delegates will be required to present an official communication containing an authorized list of the delegation or a letter of credentials together with a duly completed accreditation form SG 6 Rio 2012 Upon review and approval by the Protocol Accreditation Unit these delegates observers may proceed with the authorized accreditation slips to the United Nations Pass and ID Unit within the Accreditation Centre to have their photographs taken and conference passes processed and issued Members of security details of the VIP group participating in the Conference will be accredited and issued appropriate conference passes by the United Nations Security and Safety Service National security officers accompanying heads of State or Government should send as of 1 May 2012 an e mail to uncsdsecurity un org to obtain conference passes Office hours for the Protocol Accreditation Unit in Rio de Janeiro The Accreditation Centre located in Pavillion 1 of the Riocentro Convention Center will be open as follows Date Hours 7 10 June 9 00 am 6 00 pm 11 12 June 9 00 am 7 00 pm 13 June 8 00 am 7 00 pm 14 17 June 9 00 am 6 00 pm 18 19 June 8 00 am 8 00 pm 20 June 8 00 am 7 00 pm 21 June 8 00 am 6 00 pm 22 June 9 00

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    change In 1987 in its report Our Common Future the WCED advanced the understanding of global interdependence and the relationship between economics and the environment previously introduced by the WCS The report wove together social economic cultural and environmental issues and global solutions It reaffirmed that the environment does not exist as a sphere separate from human actions ambitions and needs and therefore it should not be considered in isolation from human concerns The environment is where we all live and development is what we all do in attempting to improve our lot within that abode The two are inseparable 1992 In June 1992 the first UN Conference on Environment and Development UNCED was held in Rio de Janeiro and adopted an agenda for environment and development in the 21st Century Agenda 21 A Programme of Action for Sustainable Development contains the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development which recognizes each nation s right to pursue social and economic progress and assigned to States the responsibility of adopting a model of sustainable development and the Statement of Forest Principles Agreements were also reached on the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Framework Convention on Climate Change UNCED for the first time mobilized the Major Groups and legitimized their participation in the sustainable development process This participation has remained a constant until today For the first time also the lifestyle of the current civilization was addressed in Principle 8 of the Rio Declaration The urgency of a deep change in consumption and production patterns was expressly and broadly acknowledged by State leaders Agenda 21 further reaffirmed that sustainable development was delimited by the integration of the economic social and environmental pillars The spirit of the conference was captured by the expression Harmony with Nature brought into the fore with the first

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    Brazil Host country to Rio 20 Donor Contributions We would like to express our deepest gratitude to the following donor countries for their generous contributions to the CSD Trust Fund Member States Australia Country Information Brazil Country Information Canada Country Information China Country Information Croatia Country Information Cyprus Country Information Czech Republic Country Information Denmark Country Information Finland Country Information France Country Information Germany Country Information Iceland Country Information Italy Country Information Japan Country Information Luxembourg Country Information Mauritius Country Information Norway Country Information Pakistan Country Information Poland Country Information Republic of Korea Country Information Sweden Country Information Switzerland Country Information United Kingdom Country Information Australia Brazil Canada China Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Iceland Italy Japan Luxembourg Mauritius Norway Pakistan Poland Republic of Korea Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom European Commission Notes Denmark Contribution made to the UNDP Thematic Trust Fund for the purpose of supporting National preparations Finland Contribution made to the CSD Trust Fund and the UNDP Thematic Trust Fund for the purpose of supporting National preparations Corporations The Rio 20 Secretariat wishes to thank the following corporate sponsors of the Rio 20 Corporate Sustainability Forum Parts of the proceeds from these sponsors will assist

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    Media Resources Engage Process Bureau Bureau Ex members Secretariat Registration History of Sustainable Development Donor Contributions Brazil Host country to Rio 20 Documents Preliminary information to participants on the Rio 20 Conference Rio 20 The Conference Briefing on logistics by the Government of Brazil Brazil Rio de Janeiro The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio 20 will take place between 20 22 June 2012 in Rio de Janeiro Brazil

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  • Rio+20 : A guidebook to the Green Economy Issue 1: Green Economy, Green Growth, and Low-Carbon Development - history, definitions and a guide to recent publications
    A guidebook to the Green Economy Issue 1 Green Economy Green Growth and Low Carbon Development history definitions and a guide to recent publications UN DESA by United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs UNDESA Sustainable development has been the overarching goal of the international community since the UN Conference on Environment and Development UNCED in 1992 Amongst numerous commitments the Conference called upon governments to develop national strategies

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  • Rio+20 : Secretary-General's Report on Objectives and Themes of the United Nations Conference
    20 Issues Briefs Rio 20 Information Notes Green economy policies practices and initiatives Zero Draft of Outcome Document Compilation Document Political Groups Member States Regional Mtg Outcomes United Nations IGOs Major Groups Synthesis Report Data Videos Logo Guidelines Secretary General s Report on Objectives and Themes of the United Nations Conference UNDESA by United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs UNDESA The present report examines the two themes of

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  • Rio+20 : Sustainable development has been the overarching goal of the international community since the UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in 1992. Amongst numerous commitments, the Conference called upon governments to develop national strategie
    Sustainable development has been the overarching goal of the international community since the UN Conference on Environment and Development UNCED in 1992 Amongst numerous commitments the Conference called upon governments to develop national strategie UN DESA Sustainable development has been the overarching goal of the international community since the UN Conference on Environment and Development UNCED in 1992 Amongst numerous commitments the Conference called upon governments to develop national strategies

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  • Rio+20 : Transition to a Green Economy: Benefits, Challenges and Risks from a Sustainable Development Perspective
    Member States Regional Mtg Outcomes United Nations IGOs Major Groups Synthesis Report Data Videos Logo Guidelines Transition to a Green Economy Benefits Challenges and Risks from a Sustainable Development Perspective UNDESA DSD UNEP UNCTAD by United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs UNDESA At the UNCSD s first Preparatory Committee in May 2010 several delegations requested that the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs the United Nations Environment Programme the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and other relevant organizations cooperate to prepare a study to be available for the second Preparatory Committee which would assess both the benefits and the challenges and risks associated with a transition to a green economy This document responds to this mandate The full title of the publication is Transition to a Green Economy Benefits Challenges and Risks from a Sustainable Development Perspective and contain three papers The first one by José Antonio Ocampo looks at the macroeconomic policy implications of the transition to the green economy The second by Aaron Cosbey focuses on the interlinked issues of trade investment and technology The third by Martin Khor considers the risks that this concept generates for developing countries and the domestic

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