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Inventory of Environment and Security Policies and Practices (IESPP)


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An Overview of Strategies and Initiatives of Selected Governments, International Organisations and Inter-Governmental Organisations

FIRST EDITION - 2006

The IESPP Report

This report provides an easy to use comparative overview of existing governmental and inter-governmental positions and actions dealing with the relationship between environment, security and sustainable development.

Focusing on selected OECD Member States, including several EU Member States, the report describes the environment and security policies and practices of 13 counties as well as 7 international / intergovernmental organisations.

The IESPP report illustrates how the selected governments / IGOs have addressed their stated environmental security priorities through various policies, programmes and projects with respect to eight key themes.

This report also provides important background to the programme on Greening European Security organised by the IES and partners.

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Footnotes
1 Co-published with Adelphi Research, Berlin, Germany
2 Co-published with Center for Environmental Diplomacy, Washington, D.C., USA
3 Co-published with Green Globe Network, Green Alliance, London, United Kingdom
4 Co-published with Environmental Change and Security Program, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C., USA

Produced with the support of
The Netherlands Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment
United Kingdom Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
United Kingdom Department for International Development

EnviroSecurity Action Guide

More detailed information on selected governmental and international agencies, on specific initiatives and on related publications and web resources are compiled in the EnviroSecurity Action Guide.

The profiles and data base should provide governments, IGOs, NGOs and researchers with useful tools to compare and assess ongoing efforts, assist those wishing to develop new work in this field and stimulate further international cooperation.

Future plans include adding to and updating the profiles and ES Action Guide and developing an on-line calendar of international negotiations relevant for environment and security.

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