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Growing Demand for Medicinal Plants Can Create Green Jobs for Nepal's Poor Growing Demand for Medicinal Plants Can Create Green Jobs for Nepal's Poor
28/ 02/ 2013
Over 100 types of medicinal plants are harvested in Nepal and traded abroad. The sector offers major opportunities for sustainable development.
Biodiversity-Based Business in Peru Can Power Green Economy: UNEP Study Biodiversity-Based Business in Peru Can Power Green Economy: UNEP Study
28/ 02/ 2013
Goods and services derived from biodiversity in Peru have grown by 20 per cent in the last five years.
Mongolia Named as Global Host of World Environment Day 2013 Mongolia Named as Global Host of World Environment Day 2013
22/ 02/ 2013
WED celebrations began in 1972 and have grown to become the one of the main vehicles through which the UN stimulates worldwide awareness of the environment and encourages political attention and action.
UNEP Strengthened and Upgraded to Implement The Future We Want UNEP Strengthened and Upgraded to Implement The Future We Want
22/ 02/ 2013
Governments Call for Governing Council to be Transformed into UN Environment Assembly
Third Africa Environment Outlook Addresses Key Environmental Risks for Human Health and Draws Pathways for Sustainable Future Third Africa Environment Outlook Addresses Key Environmental Risks for Human Health and Draws Pathways for Sustainable Future
21/ 02/ 2013
Report Shows Good Policies for Addressing Environmental Challenges Affecting Human Health, But Weak Implementation
UNEP Appoints Singing Sensations Eric Wainaina and Suzanna Owiyo as Kenyan Goodwill Ambassadors UNEP Appoints Singing Sensations Eric Wainaina and Suzanna Owiyo as Kenyan Goodwill Ambassadors
21/ 02/ 2013
The acclaimed singers will support a host of UNEP initiatives, including World Environment Day, UNEP's campaign to reduce food waste - known as Think.Eat.Save. Reduce Your Foodprint - and efforts to lower the demand for illegal wildlife products that is driving a spike in elephant and rhino poaching in East Africa
Effects of Human and Wildlife Exposure to Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals Examined in Landmark UN Report Effects of Human and Wildlife Exposure to Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals Examined in Landmark UN Report
19/ 02/ 2013
In addition to chemical exposure, other environmental and non-genetic factors such as age and nutrition could be among the reasons for any observed increases in disease and disorders.
Ministers Dine on Food Grown in Kenya But Rejected by UK Supermarkets for Cosmetic Reasons Ministers Dine on Food Grown in Kenya But Rejected by UK Supermarkets for Cosmetic Reasons
19/ 02/ 2013
Gourmet Meal at UN Environment Programme Headquarters Highlights Global Campaign to Cut Food Waste

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