Organisations internationales

Programme des Nations Unies pour l'Environnement, Siège de Genève  
Mission: To provide leadership and encourage partnerships in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing and enabling nations and people to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations. 
Programme des Nations Unies pour l'Environnement 
Site Gopher
Programme des Nations Unies pour l'Environnement, Industrie et Environnnement 
Le PNUE - la conscience environnementale des Nations Unies- reconnaît que le développement industriel ne peut être réellement durable que s'il est posé sur de solides fondations écologiques. Pour cette raison, en 1975 le PNUE créa le Centre pour l'Industrie et l'Environnement dans le but de promouvoir des modes de production plus propres et plus sûrs. 
Nations Unies, développement durable 
Le site WWW des Nations Unies sur l'implantation au niveau des pays des principes de Rio
Programme des Nations Unies pour le développement
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the UN's principal provider of development advice, advocacy and grant support. With 132 country offices, it has long enjoyed the trust and confidence of governments and NGOs in many parts of the developing as well as the developed world. It is typically regarded as a partner rather than an adversary, and its commitment to a universal presence has proven especially useful in post-conflict situations and with states that had been otherwise isolated from the international community.
Programmes de la Banque Mondiale 
Page sommaire des activitcés de la Banque Mondiale pour le développement. 
Agence européenne pour l'environnement
The European Environment Agency (EEA) was launched by the European Union (EU) in 1993 with a mandate to orchestrate, cross-check and put to strategic use information of relevance to the protection and improvement of EuropeÕs environment. The Agency, based in Copenhagen, Denmark, has a mandate defined by Council Regulation (EEC) No. 1210/90 to ensure the supply of objective, reliable and comprehensive information at European level, enabling its member states to take the requisite measures to protect their environment, to assess the result of such measures and to insure that the public is properly informed about the state of the environment. 
International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives.  (ICLEI)
The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) is the international environmental agency for local governments. We know from concrete experience that local actions can have a global impact. Global consumption and waste production is increasingly concentrated in urban areas. The concentration of people in cities provides unparalleled opportunities to both meet human needs and reduce and manage wastes. Meanwhile, by strengthening rural communities we can reduce the pattern of ecological destruction and population migration which is often a result of rural poverty and desperation. 
International development research center (IDRC) 
Le Centre de recherches pour le développement international (CRDI) est une société d'Etat canadienne qui aide les pays du tiers-monde à trouver, par la recherche, des solutions viables à leurs problèmes sociaux, économiques et environnementaux. 

Institut international du développement durable (IIDD) International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
La mission de l'IIDD est de favoriser le développement durable dans la prise de décisions à l'intérieur du Canada et sur la scène internationale. Il fournit de nouvelles connaissances et de nouveaux concepts, analyse les politiques, identifie et diffuse l'information sur les meilleures pratiques, démontre comment évaluer les progrès, et établit des partenariats afin de mieux faire entendre ces messages.
Earth Council
The Earth Council is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) that was created in September 1992 to promote and advance the implementation of the Earth Summit agreements. It is led by a body of 18 Members, drawn from the world's political, business, scientific and non-governmental communities. Sixteen eminent world leaders serve as Honorary Members, and an 18 member Earth Council Institute functions as an advisory board. Three fundamental objectives have guided the work of the Earth Council since its inception: to promote awareness for the needed transition to more sustainable and equitable patterns of development to encourage public participation in decision-making processes at all levels of government to build bridges of understanding and cooperation between important actors of civil society and governments worldwide 
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