The importance of reducing emissions of black carbon and other short-lived climate pollutants while simultaneously continuing efforts to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions, is the subject of a new STAP Advisory Document
Black carbon causes millions of deaths every year as well as contributes to the warming of the planet. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that indoor smoke from burning coal or wood is among the top ten major health risk…
STAP holds discussions on the regulatory frameworks addressing port reception facilities, and the role the international cruise industry plays in reducing plastic debris impacts on the marine environment..
Market Transformation for Sustainable Rural Housing Project
The open session of STAP’s Spring 2015 Meeting was held on Monday, June 1st.
STAP contributes to the Meetings of the Conferences of the Parties to the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions in Geneva (May 4-15, 2015), and the Basel-Rotterdam-Stockholm (BRS) Science Fair (May 7-9, 2015)