Undertaken over three rounds (April 2015, July 2015 and February 2015) the final report Waste Characterization Study for Barbados 2015 assesses the composition and quantity of the municipal solid waste (MSW) generated in Barbados and any changes which might have occurred in the respective periods.
Guyana State of the Environment Report 2016 presents a critical analysis of the current specific condition of the country's environment; the pressures and drivers; the management interventions initiatives and systems in place to address environmental concerns, and their impacts.
The Green Economy Policy Assessment report gives an overview of the current the policy and legal environment of four selected sectors in Mongolia: construction, solid waste management, energy and water management. The report also presents scenarios utilizing the Threshold 21 (T21) framework, jointly developed by the Millennium Institute, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Environment and Tourism to test national targets and the effects of investing in a green economy in Mongolia. The report is also available in Mongolian.
2014 Report on the State of the Environment in China provides the information on existing conditions of the pollution discharge, freshwater, marine, forest, atmospheric, acoustic, radiation, grassland, the natural and ecological environment of China.
2013 Report of the State of the Environment in China states that the overall environmental quality was average in 2013. The focus areas in 2013 were atmospheric pollution, ecological conservation, reduction of major pollutants and energy and transport sector.
The Report on the State of the Environment in China states the progress China has made in terms of environmental policies, legislation, science and technology, and monitoring systems. It explains that the strengthening of environmental policies has led to significant emission and pollution reductions as well as the strengthening of nuclear and radiation safety measures.
Formulated to promote cleaner production and increase resource efficiency the Law of the People's Republic of China on the Promotion of Clean Production was approved by the standing committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) on 29th of June, 2002. The aim of this law is to promote scientific research, technical development, and international cooperation in order to develop cleaner production and to organize the dissemination of information in order to promote more environmentally friendly production technologies.
Formulated to facilitate circular economy, resource efficiency and environmental protection China's Circular Economy Promotion Law came into force in January 2009. The Law aims to achieve sustainable development by raising resources utilization rate and increasing resource recovery in production, circulation, and consumption.