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UNEP Billion Tree Campaign Hands Over to the Young People of the Plant-for-the-Planet Foundation UNEP Billion Tree Campaign Hands Over to the Young People of the Plant-for-the-Planet Foundation
07/ 12/ 2011
New Phase for Campaign Which Has Planted Over 12 Billion Trees Worldwide
Changes in Climate Trends Impacting Livelihoods and Food Security in the Sahel and West Africa Changes in Climate Trends Impacting Livelihoods and Food Security in the Sahel and West Africa
05/ 12/ 2011
A new study has found that the impacts of changing climatic conditions on the availability of natural resources, combined with population growth and weak governance, have led to greater competition over scarce resources and to changing migration patterns in the region.
Spanish Soccer Star Carles Puyol Kicks Off Orangutan Campaign Spanish Soccer Star Carles Puyol Kicks Off Orangutan Campaign
05/ 12/ 2011
Spanish soccer star Carles Puyol, who captains FC Barcelona and led Spain to the World Cup title one year ago, is now tackling an even bigger challenge - saving endangered orangutans.
New Sustainability Targets for Rice - the World's Most Important Food Crop New Sustainability Targets for Rice - the World's Most Important Food Crop
02/ 12/ 2011
UNEP launches global rice initiative
Mau Ecosystem Rehabilitation Gains Momentum  with Donor Support and UN Backing Mau Ecosystem Rehabilitation Gains Momentum with Donor Support and UN Backing
29/ 11/ 2011
Launch of €2.3 m landmark Project to Promote Conservation, Economic Growth & Sustainable Livelihoods in Kenya & the Region
Efforts to Conserve Migratory Species Strengthened at UN Conference Efforts to Conserve Migratory Species Strengthened at UN Conference
28/ 11/ 2011
Efforts to conserve seven migratory species, from the Giant Manta Ray to the Saker Falcon, have been strengthened following a major United Nations conference on conservation.
Fresh Efforts to Conserve Bukhara Deer and Other Endangered Species in Asia Fresh Efforts to Conserve Bukhara Deer and Other Endangered Species in Asia
23/ 11/ 2011
Central Asia is one of the few regions with a largely coherent network of diverse ecosystems. Bactrian camels, Saiga antelopes and gazelles depend on these ecosystems, while preserving them at the same time.
Ecosystem Management Pivotal in Securing a Green Economy Ecosystem Management Pivotal in Securing a Green Economy
18/ 11/ 2011
Ecosystems are the foundations of human life and livelihoods, but for too long, humanity has ignored this fundamental truth at its own peril, and the Earth ecosystems have been altered more rapidly and extensively than ever before. He stressed that the sustainable management of ecosystems will play a critical role in advancing green economies worldwide.
On the Road to Rio+20, Countries Accelerate Plans for Green Economy Transition On the Road to Rio+20, Countries Accelerate Plans for Green Economy Transition
16/ 11/ 2011
Countries are developing Green Economy strategies and activities to spur greater economic growth and jobs, environmental protection and equality.
Rwanda Report Shows Successes and Challenges of Post-Conflict Sustainable Development Rwanda Report Shows Successes and Challenges of Post-Conflict Sustainable Development
16/ 11/ 2011
A major report released today on Rwanda's post-conflict sustainable development urges the country to build on its rehabilitation efforts and seed more opportunities for a transition towards a green economy.

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