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New Study Shows Kenya's Shift to Green Economy Should Generate USD 45 Billion by 2030, Build Climate Resilience and Boost Food Security New Study Shows Kenya's Shift to Green Economy Should Generate USD 45 Billion by 2030, Build Climate Resilience and Boost Food Security
15/ 04/ 2014
The Green Economy Assessment Report: Kenya Shows Positive Returns Projected within Seven to Ten Years.
Parties to the Abidjan Convention Agree to Boost Cooperation on Marine Challenges Parties to the Abidjan Convention Agree to Boost Cooperation on Marine Challenges
26/ 03/ 2014
South Africa Offers Use of Marine Research Vessel Free to Boost Oceans Valuation
Governments Review Issues to Top World Environment Agenda Ahead of First-Ever UN Environment Assembly Governments Review Issues to Top World Environment Agenda Ahead of First-Ever UN Environment Assembly
25/ 03/ 2014
Committee of Permanent Representatives to UNEP gather in Nairobi ahead of the first session of the world's preeminent environmental meeting.
Latin American and Caribbean Ministerial Forum Approves Decisions to Advance Sustainable Development in Region Latin American and Caribbean Ministerial Forum Approves Decisions to Advance Sustainable Development in Region
16/ 03/ 2014
Acknowledging the need and opportunities for global-scale leadership by this region for the world´s environment, through the Los Cabos Declaration, the Ministers confirmed the Forum of Ministers of the Environment of Latin America and the Caribbean as one of the most relevant spaces for political and policy dialogue to establish and identify regional priorities.
New UNEP Report Outlines Japan's Experience with Industrial Waste Management New UNEP Report Outlines Japan's Experience with Industrial Waste Management
11/ 03/ 2014
Lessons for Sustainable Development in Rapidly Industrializing Countries Spotlighted
First-Ever World Wildlife Day Spotlights Far-Reaching Impact of US$19 Billion Illicit Trade in Flora and Fauna First-Ever World Wildlife Day Spotlights Far-Reaching Impact of US$19 Billion Illicit Trade in Flora and Fauna
03/ 03/ 2014
Economic, Social and Environmental Consequences Suffered as a Result of Wildlife Crime
Governments complete preparations for the entry into force of Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-sharing Governments complete preparations for the entry into force of Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-sharing
28/ 02/ 2014
When the Nagoya Protocol enters into force, it will represent achievement of Aichi Biodiversity Target 16, the first target to be achieved under the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020
Statement by Ibrahim Thiaw, UN Assistant-Secretary-General and UNEP Deputy Executive Director  at the London Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade 2014 Statement by Ibrahim Thiaw, UN Assistant-Secretary-General and UNEP Deputy Executive Director at the London Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade 2014
13/ 02/ 2014
London, 13 February 2014
Landmark Agreement Sets in Motion Action to Restore Iraqs Environment as New Study Outlines Magnitude of Deterioration Landmark Agreement Sets in Motion Action to Restore Iraqs Environment as New Study Outlines Magnitude of Deterioration
26/ 01/ 2014
UN Top Environment Chief in First Visit to Iraq Says Implementation of the Agreement will Bolster Environmental Recovery and Peace-building

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