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IPBES Forges ahead with its Mission to Assess  the Planet's State of Biodiversity and Ecosystems IPBES Forges ahead with its Mission to Assess the Planet's State of Biodiversity and Ecosystems
19/ 01/ 2015
Green light for strategic partnerships and stakeholder engagement, and adoption of a policy addressing conflict of interest
Montreal Protocol Averts Threat of Large Increases in Skin Cancers Montreal Protocol Averts Threat of Large Increases in Skin Cancers
16/ 01/ 2015
The report notes that without the Montreal Protocol, runaway ozone depletion would have led to large increases in UV radiation around the world, with major consequences for the risk of skin cancer.
Fast-Tracking Elimination of Production of Remaining Ozone-Depleting Substances Could Speed Up Ozone Layer Recovery by 11 Years Fast-Tracking Elimination of Production of Remaining Ozone-Depleting Substances Could Speed Up Ozone Layer Recovery by 11 Years
19/ 12/ 2014
The assessment report projects that atmospheric ODS amounts will continue to decline through the 21st century, assuming continued compliance with the Montreal Protocol
UNEP and the Organization of American States Renew Joint-Efforts to Enhance Environmental Rule of law UNEP and the Organization of American States Renew Joint-Efforts to Enhance Environmental Rule of law
19/ 11/ 2014
This agreement is fundamental to continuing the Organization's work in member States with Judges, Parliamentarians and Civil Society Organizations which are strategic partners to advancing the environmental rule of law
Governments Commit to Step up Action for Migratory Animals at UN Wildlife Conference Governments Commit to Step up Action for Migratory Animals at UN Wildlife Conference
10/ 11/ 2014
Polar Bear, Cuvier's Beaked Whale, Hammerhead Shark and Reef Manta Ray among Migratory Species Benefiting from Greater International Protection
Record Number of Species Proposed for International Protection under UN Treaty on Migratory Species Record Number of Species Proposed for International Protection under UN Treaty on Migratory Species
04/ 11/ 2014
Polar Bears, Sharks and the African Lion among Species Considered Under Serious Threat

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