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International Information on the Environment

Index

A-C
Acidification
Agriculture
Air Quality
Animals
Atmosphere
Biodiversity
Biosphere
Chemicals
Children
Climate
Coasts
Compliance
Conflict
Conservation


D-F
Dams
Desertification
Disasters
Earth Sciences
Economics
Ecosystems
Energy
Environmental Assessment
Environmental Policy
Ethics
Fisheries
Food
Forests

G-J
Globalization
Hazardous Waste
Health
Human Settlements
Indigenous Peoples
Islands

K-P
Labor
Lakes
Law
Manufacturing
Marine Environment
Minerals
Noise Pollution
Nuclear Waste
Oceans & Seas
Pesticides
Plants
Pollution

R-Z
Rivers
Sanitation
Solar Energy
Statistics
Sustainable Development
Trade
Treaties and Conventions
Urban Planning
Waste Minimization
Water
Wildlife
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Environmental Libraries

Globalization

International Finance Corporation, Environment Division (IFC) - IFCs Environment Division assists IFC to develop and finance projects with low environmental and social impacts. IFC is the largest multilateral source of loan and equity financing for private sector projects in the developing world. IFC finances and provides advice for private sector ventures and projects in developing countries in partnership with private investors

Nautilus Institute, Globalization and Governance Program  aims to integrate environmental protection and human rights into the governance of international trade and investment

OECD, Effects of Globalization on the Environment - Globalization is altering the context of environmental problems at the local, national, regional, and global levels. In turn, this is leading to new concerns about the development and implementation of environmental policy.

 

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