Everyone Can Go Climate Neutral Now
Climate and Sustainability - A Shared Vision of Opportunity for Billions of People
West African country to earn $38 million, create 3,000 jobs and save 40,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions with exports from a 100 MW of solar power plant
Decisions taken at African Ministerial Conference on the Environment set stage for brighter future for continent
Protecting great apes in Africa and Asia can help countries fight climate change.
The IPCC offers policymakers a snapshot of what the scientific community understands about climate change.
An agreement to phase down hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) under the Montreal Protocol could prevent a global temperature rise of up to 0.4°C by the end of the century
Press Conference Invitation distributed on behalf of the IPCC
A country struck by disaster harnesses the power of ocean winds to set sail for a brighter, greener future
The link between the Paris Agreement and trees is clear-forests will be key allies for combating climate change and meeting the long term goal of restoring the ecological balance of planet Earth by the second half of the century.
Phasing down hydrofluorocarbons under the Montreal Protocol could prevent a global temperature rise of up to 0.4°C
Cogeneration of heat and power from sugarcane byproducts can help meet Africa's energy needs
Integrating green growth into development policies can help countries promote the efficient and environmentally sound use of resources while boosting green jobs
On the Road to UNEA
Gearing up for the 2nd UN Environment Assembly (UNEA-2), ministers to define regional approaches to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement on climate change.
The region could save up to 10% in energy consumption by switching to cleaner technologies
India's Supreme Court Ruling puts the country on a green energy path
Economic mechanisms help communities adjust to extreme changes in water availability
UNEP's new offices in Paris
Joint Kenya and United Nations Report Highlights Measures that Could Contribute Significantly to Kenya's Paris Climate Commitments
Demand for water set to outstrip supply by 40 per cent, highlighting urgent need to improve how humans use the precious resource