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a| HC79.E5 b| L325 2007
a| Labour and the environment : b| a natural synergy.
a| Nairobi, Kenya : b| Major Groups and Stakeholders Branch, Division of Regional Cooperation, United Nations Environment Programme, c| c2007.
a| xiv, 136 p. : b| ill. ; c| 25 cm.
a| Logos of UNEP, WHO, and ILO on t.p.
a| Includes bibliographical references.
a| Introduction -- Labour and the environment : a natural synergy -- Participating at all levels -- Labour and the environment : common perspectives on specific issues -- A common framework for action : a time to act -- Conclusion : making the environment a focus of collective bargaining.
a| Available both in print and online.
a| This publication presents examples of the application of technical expertise, of workplace participation, and of tools that promote workers' health and safety to problems that extend beyond the workplace into areas such as environmental protection, public health and the accountability of employers. It focuses on issues ranging from climate change and energy, chemicals management, and corporate social responsibility and accountability to future involvement of workers and trade unions with the environment and with efforts to move towards sustainability.--Publisher's description.
a| Sustainable development.
a| Environmental protection.
a| Social responsibility of business.
a| Industrial hygiene.
a| United Nations Environment Programme.
a| United Nations Environment Programme. b| Major Groups and Stakeholders Branch.
u| http://www.unep.org/labour_environment/pdfs/unep-labour-env-synergy.pdf z| Connect to online resource
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