COP21 Opening Ceremony
An estimated 70,000 orangutans remain in the wild, but the majority are found on Borneo. The fires shattered already fragmented populations and left orangutan rehabilitation centers overwhelmed by rescued apes.
Maurice Strong was a visionary and a pioneer of global sustainable development.
The Promoting Low Carbon Transport in India project concluded today with a workshop held as part of the 8th Urban Mobility India conference in New Delhi.
Transforming Current Development Models "Political and Economic Obligation", Says Pontiff
New Action Plans for Seabirds, Eurasian Curlew, Grey Crowned Crane, Long-tailed Duck, Northern Bald Ibis, Shoebill and Taiga Bean Goose Adopted
Climate change, sustainable development and enforcement top the agenda
A new UNEP Report urges companies to align their sustainability performance and reporting to match expectations of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Executive Director Achim Steiner today concluded a visit to China
Migratory waterbird populations in decline globally, but latest status review shows that concentrated conservation actions can turn the tide
INDCs Projected to Reduce Emissions in 2030 by up to 6 Gt
But Additional 12 Gt Required to Close Gap