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UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme)

Solar Cookers International. Collaborative Consumption Hub. Biomimicry Institute. Biomimicry 3.8. Ask Nature. Wiser Earth. ZERI. WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) WWF. United Nations Global Compact. U.S. Green Building Council. TURI (Toxics Use Reduction Institute) BALLE ( Business Alliance for Local Living Economies) SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) Stockholm Convention (POPs) Schedule and registration Objectives Increasing Parties’ knowledge on existing guidance to update NIPs, Parties’ understanding of HBCD and other POP-PBDEs listed, and Parties’ capacity to make inventories of POP-PBDEs, as part of the NIP update.

Stockholm Convention (POPs)

Contents Introduction - 5 min Presentations Understanding HBCD and POPs-PBDEs - 10 min. (by Secretariat of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions) Establishing inventory of HBCD and POPs-PBDEs - 10 min. Social Venture Network.


US SIF. Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA) (SAI) Social Accountability International. SoL Sustainability Consortium. Rainforest Alliance. Natural Capitalism Solutions. No Dirty Gold. NWF (National Wildlife Federation) MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) LOHAS (Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability) INCR (Investor Network on Climate Risk (Ceres)) The Investor Network on Climate Risk (INCR) is a network of more than 119 institutional investors representing more than $14 trillion in assets committed to addressing climate change and other key sustainability risks, while building low-carbon investment opportunities.

INCR (Investor Network on Climate Risk (Ceres))

INCR includes the largest institutional investors in North America as well as leading religious and labor funds, asset managers and socially responsible investment funds. In 2013, INCR turned 10 years old, celebrating a decade of investor action on climate risk. Watch the video below to hear from founding members, Ceres staff and other financial leaders about the impact that investors had on corporate responses to climate change, policy advances addressing climate risk and the global movement to mobilize investors to reduce climate change risks from their portfolios. IHRB (Institute for Human Rights and Business) IEA (International Energy Agency) GEF (Global Environment Facility) WMO (World Meteorological Organization)

IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) ILO (International Labour Organization) IIGCC (Institutional Investor Group on Climate Change) IGCC (Investor Group on Climate Change) GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) Eurosif. Ceres. CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) ASrIA.