UN Environment Assembly (UNEA)
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner Discuss Cooperation Ahead of Landmark Global Environment Assembly, Next Month
The Zayed International Prize for the Environment is the most prestigious and valuable international environmental award worldwide worth USD 1 million
A high-level two-day meeting will help leaders from across governments, business and civil society prepare to take action at the UN Secretary-General's Climate Summit in September.
The Green Economy Assessment Report: Kenya Shows Positive Returns Projected within Seven to Ten Years.
Renewables account for 44% of 2013's newly-installed generating capacity despite global investment dropping for second year
Committee of Permanent Representatives to UNEP gather in Nairobi ahead of the first session of the world's preeminent environmental meeting.
Integrating REDD+ programmes into a Green Economy approach can conserve and even boost the economic and social benefits forests provide to human society.
Acknowledging the need and opportunities for global-scale leadership by this region for the world´s environment, through the Los Cabos Declaration, the Ministers confirmed the Forum of Ministers of the Environment of Latin America and the Caribbean as one of the most relevant spaces for political and policy dialogue to establish and identify regional priorities.
Green Economy Transition Will Assist in Addressing Continent's Environmental Challenges
Delayed action means a higher likelihood of near-term climate impacts, as well as the continued use of carbon-intensive and energy-intensive infrastructure, according to the Emissions Gap report launched by UNEP and over 44 research institutes from 17 countries in 2013
Major Investment Groups Urge Oil and Gas Companies
To Join CCAC Methane Partnership
Non-motorized transport, energy efficiency key to reducing per capita emissions, says new report
The programme was suspended in March 2013, following complaints by the National Coordinating Body of Indigenous Peoples in Panama (COONAPIP) that it did not show sufficient consideration to the rights of indigenous communities.
First Report of its Kind Uses Satellite Images to Track Land-use Change, Urban growth and Shrinking Water Bodies