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Ban Urges Focus on Green Growth and the Millennium Development Goals Ahead of G20 Summit Ban Urges Focus on Green Growth and the Millennium Development Goals Ahead of G20 Summit
22/ 06/ 2010
The United Nations is calling on leaders of the biggest industrialized and developing nations to focus on green growth
Protection of endangered Siberian Crane and crucial wetland sites connects biodiversity and human development Protection of endangered Siberian Crane and crucial wetland sites connects biodiversity and human development
14/ 06/ 2010
New conservation plans for the Siberian Crane Grus leucogeranus covering its entire range and migration routes that span continents have now been endorsed to save the species from extinction
Green Kick Off for Laikipia & Beyond Unity Football Cup in Kenya Green Kick Off for Laikipia & Beyond Unity Football Cup in Kenya
10/ 06/ 2010
The inaugural Laikipia and beyond Unity Cup (LUC), will commence on a green note, Friday, with the players taking a "Green Pledge" at the start of the tournament.
FIFA 2010 Green Goal: Major Initiative to Green the FIFA World Cup Kicks Off FIFA 2010 Green Goal: Major Initiative to Green the FIFA World Cup Kicks Off
08/ 06/ 2010
Three days before the kick-off of the FIFA 2010 World Cup in South Africa, a major initiative to green the World Cup and help reduce carbon emissions was launched in Johannesburg, Tuesday.
LG Display and client firms to take part in UNEP Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign LG Display and client firms to take part in UNEP Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign
07/ 06/ 2010
The LG Display Company on Monday announced that it will participate with client firms in UNEP's Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign.
Solar Power for Schoolchildren and US$85,000 for Gorilla Conservation Among Lasting Legacy of World Environment Day in Rwanda Solar Power for Schoolchildren and US$85,000 for Gorilla Conservation Among Lasting Legacy of World Environment Day in Rwanda
05/ 06/ 2010
Schoolchildren and villagers across Rwanda will receive solar power and more than $85,000 will go to gorilla conservation as part of the lasting legacy of World Environment Day 2010.
African Youth Urge World Leaders to Commit to Protecting Biodiversity Now African Youth Urge World Leaders to Commit to Protecting Biodiversity Now
05/ 06/ 2010
Young people from across Africa called on world leaders on World Environment Day to act now to protect biodiversity
New Gorilla Airlift Sparks Calls for Stronger Controls on Natural Resource Smuggling in Greater Congo Basin & Beyond New Gorilla Airlift Sparks Calls for Stronger Controls on Natural Resource Smuggling in Greater Congo Basin & Beyond
04/ 06/ 2010
UN Peacekeepers in DR Congo are planning a new gorilla rescue airlift next month, in what may be one of the first operations conducted under their new mandate.
Rehabilitating Nature-Based Assets Generates Jobs, Wealth and Restoration of Multi-Trillion Dollar Services Rehabilitating Nature-Based Assets Generates Jobs, Wealth and Restoration of Multi-Trillion Dollar Services
03/ 06/ 2010
Restoring lost and damaged ecosystems can trigger multi-million dollar returns, generate jobs and combat poverty according to a new UNEP report.
Final Meeting on Whether to Establish an International Body to Address Decline of World's Nature-Based Assets Final Meeting on Whether to Establish an International Body to Address Decline of World's Nature-Based Assets
28/ 05/ 2010
Between 7 and 11 June, governments, researchers and experts will meet in Busan, Republic of Korea to agree whether to establish an Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)

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