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Vancouver promises Green Games as Winter Olympics kick off Vancouver promises Green Games as Winter Olympics kick off
12/ 02/ 2010
As the 2010 Winter Olympics kick off in Vancouver, the athletes will not be the only ones going for gold; the Game organizers are also shooting for the stars with a series of ambitious environmental goals.
Bluefin tuna main course of CITES world conference Bluefin tuna main course of CITES world conference
05/ 02/ 2010
Governments will also discuss urgent measures to tackle illegal wildlife trade and protect the livelihoods of the rural poor
UNFCCC receives list of government climate pledges UNFCCC receives list of government climate pledges
02/ 02/ 2010
Following the conclusion of the climate change talks in Copenhagen, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has received submissions of national pledges to cut and limit greenhouse gases by 2020 from 55 countries.
Groundbreaking Environmental Assessment Kicks Off in Nairobi Groundbreaking Environmental Assessment Kicks Off in Nairobi
01/ 01/ 2010
The world's most comprehensive and inclusive environmental assessment process started in Nairobi this week, as over two hundred government representatives institutions and experts discussed and adopted the objectives, scope and process for the next Global Environment Outlook-5 (GEO-5 Report), to be released in 2012.
Supporting countries in meeting the climate change challenge Supporting countries in meeting the climate change challenge
30/ 12/ 2009
In response to the needs of Member States and the growing number of requests on how best to realize a low carbon, resource efficient Green Economy for the 21st century, the United Nations Environment Programme has formulated a rapidly evolving strategy. The strategy identifies three priority areas that match calls for international guidance, the urgent need for action at a national level on climate change and the organization's skill set, experience and mandate.
UNEP Promotes Scientific Knowledge to the Developing World UNEP Promotes Scientific Knowledge to the Developing World
24/ 12/ 2009
Nairobi, 24 December- The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) this month pushed ahead to promote its Online Access to Research in the Environment (OARE) programme in the Republic of Yemen, offering the chance for the country's science community to gain greater access to leading scientific journals.
Looking Towards Forging a Climate Pact in Mexico Next Year
Looking Towards Forging a Climate Pact in Mexico Next Year
23/ 12/ 2009
New York, 22 December -While most countries are not happy with the outcome of this month's summit on climate change in Copenhagen, "really good progress" was made towards a binding agreement "to save the world," with the United Nations leading the way to possible adoption at next year's meeting in Mexico, UN General Assembly President Ali Treki said yesterday.
Nations Seal a Deal on Climate Change at UN Talks Nations Seal a Deal on Climate Change at UN Talks
19/ 12/ 2009
Copenhagen, 19 December 2009-After a marathon all night session, talks aimed at injecting new and more wide-ranging momentum into the international effort to combat climate change ended with a positive outcome.
Going for a Green New Deal in Copenhagen Going for a Green New Deal in Copenhagen
18/ 12/ 2009
At an event entitled 'Green Economy: Implementing a New Climate Deal at the UN Climate talks in Copenhagen', Brazil, the Republic of Korea, the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal and the Democratic Republic of Congo explained how green jobs, growth and sustainability are essential for their very survival and future economic growth.

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