Journey to Highlight Reliability and Energy Efficiency of Electric Vehicles Under Extreme Conditions
Pre-publication results: UN Survey of 130 Countries Provides In-Depth Status Report on Global Efforts to Improve Water Management
Restoring Drained Marshes Will Provide Ecosystem Services Worth Over $14,500 per hectare, says Research
New Initiatives Assessed for Fast and Scaled-up Action on Black Carbon, Methane, and HFCs
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomes publication of Moving Towards a Climate Neutral UN
Calls for Green Economy to Address Structural Vulnerabilities in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
Supporting small-scale, green entrepreneurs can help tackle energy and food security challenges and support the transition to a green economy.
As countries struggle with the immediate challenges of stretched public finances and high unemployment, they must not neglect the longer term. Action needs to be taken now to prevent irreversible dam
The world's environment ministers ended their annual meeting by committing to make the upcoming UN Conference on Sustainable Development 2012 a success.
KIA Motors Donates Fuel-Efficient Cars for Regional Competition to Mark WED and UNEP's 40th Anniversary
Cape Verde presents a dual vulnerability to climate change, both as a small island developing State, and as an arid country in the Africa's Sahel region, and is already battling with increased pressu
Re-tooling the Global Work Force for a Green Economy and Increased Threats to Food Security and Safety Ranked Second and Third
Findings Come as Global Environment Outlook-5 Summary Released to World'