African economies and rural livelihoods remain heavily dependent on natural resources, particularly renewable resources such as soil and water, and on the associated productive sectors such as agriculture and forestry.
The Open-Ended Working Group also discussed alternatives to ozone-depleting substances in various sectors, current and future demand for those alternatives, their economic costs and implications, as well as the environmental benefits of avoiding alternatives to ODSs with high-global warming potential.
UN Environment Assembly (UNEA)
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner Discuss Cooperation Ahead of Landmark Global Environment Assembly, Next Month
The Zayed International Prize for the Environment is the most prestigious and valuable international environmental award worldwide worth USD 1 million
A high-level two-day meeting will help leaders from across governments, business and civil society prepare to take action at the UN Secretary-General's Climate Summit in September.
The Green Economy Assessment Report: Kenya Shows Positive Returns Projected within Seven to Ten Years.
Renewables account for 44% of 2013's newly-installed generating capacity despite global investment dropping for second year