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Law enforcement essential if last tigers are to be saved Law enforcement essential if last tigers are to be saved
08/ 11/ 2010
Future generations should not have to look at the last tigers behind bars in a zoo. Instead, it is those criminals who poach and trade tigers that should be the ones behind bars
From bamboo bikes to biomass briquettes: UNEP unveils SEED Award Winners From bamboo bikes to biomass briquettes: UNEP unveils SEED Award Winners
03/ 11/ 2010
A Ugandan business that manufactures stationery from agricultural waste and a bamboo bicycle project in Ghana are among the 30 winners of the 2010 SEED Awards.
UNEP launches Young Environmental Journalist Award for Africa UNEP launches Young Environmental Journalist Award for Africa
01/ 11/ 2010
Are you a young journalist with a passion for the environment? If so, then the United Nations wants to hear from you! The Young Environmental Journalist Award Africa is open to radio, television, print and online journalists aged 25 to 35 years from any African nation.
'Tunza' Children's Conference Makes Declaration on Biodiversity 'Tunza' Children's Conference Makes Declaration on Biodiversity
28/ 10/ 2010
Participants attending the Tunza International Children's Conference on the Environment culminated in a Declaration on Biodiversity presented today to the high-level segment of the Conference of the Parties of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity in Nagoya, Japan
LifeWeb Partnership Gives Multi-Million Dollar Boost to Protected Areas LifeWeb Partnership Gives Multi-Million Dollar Boost to Protected Areas
27/ 10/ 2010
More than 15 national parks and marine reserves are receiving a US$6.7 million conservation boost thanks to a new partnership between UNEP and the government of Spain.
UN and European Union unite to help reduce conflict over natural resources UN and European Union unite to help reduce conflict over natural resources
26/ 10/ 2010
UN and the European Union (EU) launched a new training programme aimed at supporting war-torn and vulnerable countries to prevent conflict and build peace through improved management of natural resources like timber, minerals, fertile land and water
Nagoya 2010: Hardwiring biodiversity and ecosystem services into finance Nagoya 2010: Hardwiring biodiversity and ecosystem services into finance
26/ 10/ 2010
This CEO Briefing underscores the critical natural capital that underpins our economic activity and financial capital
Nagoya 2010: 'Tunza' conference unites young voices on biodiversity Nagoya 2010: 'Tunza' conference unites young voices on biodiversity
26/ 10/ 2010
The TUNZA International Children's Conference saw young people from across the world discuss biodiversity challenges. The winners of the International Children's Painting Competition also received their awards.
Nagoya 2010: Weighing up the risks and benefits of biofuels development Nagoya 2010: Weighing up the risks and benefits of biofuels development
25/ 10/ 2010
A joined-up approach to bioenergy development, one that balances greenhouse gas emissions with impacts on biodiversity, water and food security, is needed.
Nagoya 2010: Bridging Business and Biodiversity Nagoya 2010: Bridging Business and Biodiversity
25/ 10/ 2010
The guide, the first of its kind, is geared to assist the business community, governments as well as NGOs by providing useful expert reviewed information, links to tools with spatial data, and further online resources to raise awareness and support decision-making about areas important for biodiversity conservation

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