Multilateral Environmental Agreement
The handbook is prepared as a solid introduction to negotiation or working on Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) for those with little or not background, as well as a key reference tool for experienced negotiators. Overall, the purpose of the document is to provide a reference tool that will enhance the capacity of those working on MEAs and involved in international negotiations.
The handbook is a joint publication of Environment Canada and the UEF - UNEP Course on MEAs. Environment Canada initiated and provided core contributions for the project.
The Negotiator's Handbook is available in two language versions, English and French. You can download the Handbook from the links below, free of charge in .pdf format:
Manuel Du Négociateur
International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy
The articles on the Reviews are based on lectures given during the Courses. On each Course, the lectures were delivered by experienced hands-on diplomats, government officials and members of academia. You can download the Review free of charge in .pdf format:
Compliance with and Enforcement of Multilateral Environmental Agreements
Note! The publication (Course on Compliance with and Enforcement of
Multilateral Environmental Agreements: Lecturer's Manual) was developed by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in cooperation with the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law. Therefore this particular publication is not one of the UEF - UNEP Course publications!