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Record information and status
Record ID
47267
Status
Published
Date of creation
2008-10-24 16:07 UTC (rina.hirai@cbd.int)
Date of last update
2017-01-03 20:41 UTC (melissa.willey@cbd.int)
Date of publication
2017-01-03 20:41 UTC (melissa.willey@cbd.int)

General information
Name of the Organization
United Nations Environment Programme, Division of Technologie, Industry and Economics (UNEP/DTIE)
Coordinates
Coordinates
United Nations Environment Programme, Division of Technologie, Industry and Economics (UNEP/DTIE)
15, rue de Milan
Paris
France, 75009
Phone:+33 1 44 37 76 11
Fax:+33 1 44 37 14 74
Email:unepinfo@unep.org;,unep.tie@unep.org
Url:http://www.unep.fr/en/
Contact Information
Type of organization
  • UN and other specialized agency of the UN Common System
Thematic areas
Biotechnology, trade and the environment
Human health
Socio-economic considerations
Transboundary movement (import/export)
Organization’s profile
UNEP's priorities, as adopted by the fifth special session of the Governing Council, are: environmental monitoring, assessment,
information and research including early warning; enhanced coordination of environmental conventions and development of
environment policy instruments; freshwater; technology transfer and industry; and support to Africa. In liaison with other UNEP
divisions, DTIE has developed its approach and focused its activities to respond to these priorities.
Contact person
Mr. Ezra Clark
Green Customs Coordinator
United Nations Environment Programme, Division of Technologie, Industry and Economics (UNEP/DTIE)
15, rue de Milan
Paris
France, 75009
Phone:33-1-44-37-76-11
Fax:33-1-44-37-14-74
Email:ezra.clark@unep.fr
Url:http://www.unep.fr/en/
Additional Information
Additional Information
UNEP DTIE encourages decision makers in government, local authorities and industry to develop and implement policies, strategies and practices that are cleaner and safer, make efficient use of natural resources, ensure environmentally sound management of chemicals, reduce pollution and risks for humans and the environment, enable implementation of conventions and international agreements, and incorporate environmental costs.