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UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) is the United Nations global development network, an organization advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. We are on the ground in 177 countries, working with them on their own solutions to global and national development challenges.

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BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY IN THE BLACK

Biological Diversity in the Black Sea

A Study of Change and Decline

Series:
Black Sea Environmental Priorities Study
1 Aug 1997
Currently, there is growing recognition that biodiversity is a global asset of incalculable value to present and future generations. This book reviews the present state of the Black Sea ecosystem and from the perspective of biological diversity, discusses measures that have been planned or are al...
BLACK SEA BIOLOG DIVERSIT ROMANIA

Black Sea Biological Diversity

Romania

Series:
Black Sea Environmental Priorities Study
14 Nov 1997
The waters of the Black Sea have supported a rich and diverse marine life. However, in recent decades the Black Sea has come under severe threat due to the combined impacts of eutrophication, anoxia, and chemical, biological and bacterial pollution. Focusing on Romania, this publication presents ...
MARINE AQUACULTURE THE BLACK SEA

Marine Aquaculture in the Black Sea Region

Current Status and Development Options

Series:
Black Sea Environmental Priorities Study
27 Dec 1996
A combination of factors, including the environmental degradation of the Black Sea, a period of overfishing, and the presence of opportunistic invader species have led to a rapid decline in the Black Sea fisheries. In this publication a group of international experts assess the status of marine a...
BLACK SEA BIBLIO 1974/94

Black Sea Bibliography

Series:
Black Sea Environmental Priorities Study
14 Jun 1996
A new bibliography which catalogues scientific literature in the fields of geology, chemistry and biology pertaining to the Black Sea. The 4,542 entries attest to the magnitude of scientific and other research undertaken during the last two decades and the new information now available for everyone.
HUMAN DEV RPT 1995

Human Development Report 1995

Gender and Human Development

Series:
Human Development Report
1 Aug 1995
The theme of the 1995 Human Development Report is gender and human development. The sixth in an annual series prepared by an independent team of eminent economists and social scientists, it analyses global trends in closing and widening gender gaps in different regions and countries. It shows gra...
HUMAN DEV RPT 1994

Human Development Report 1994

New Dimensions of Human Security

Series:
Human Development Report
3 Feb 1997
This year’s edition of the Human Development Report explores the new frontiers of human security in the daily lives of the people. It attempts to discover early warning signals that can spur preventive diplomacy and preventive development in order to save a society from reaching a crisis point. I...
CHANGE THREAT  OPPORTUNITY (SET)

Change

Threat or Opportunity for Human Progress?

6 Mar 1992
This five volume set issued by the United Nations Development Programme, is an authoritative and comprehensive analysis of world-wide changes and their possible impact on mankind's future. It reflects the views and visions of more than 80 world-renowned experts on the challenges of the 1990s. Vol...
CHANGE THREAT OR OPPORTUN VOL 3

Change

Threat or Opportunity for Human Progress ? Globalization of Markets

31 Jan 1992
Examines how financial and securities markets are undergoing fundamental transformations.
CHANGE THREAT OR OPPORTUN VOL 2

Change

Threat or Opportunity for Human Progress ? Economic Change

31 Jan 1992
Shows the decade of the 1980s as a period of crisis, depression and lost opportunity for many developing countries.
CHANGE THREAT OR OPPORTUN VOL 1

Change

Threat or Opportunity for Human Progress ? Political Change

31 Jan 1992
Examines the easing of East-West tension and the end of the cold war, as well as the growing convergence of views on effective approaches to economic and social development.