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Soaring Demand for Metals Calls for Rethink of Recycling Practices, Says International Resource Panel
24/04/2013
Raising Recycling Rates through Product-Centric Approach Can Mitigate Negative Environmental Impacts

Asia Overtakes Rest of the World in Consumption of Materials
24/04/2013
Current Resource Exploitation Trend Cannot Support Fast-Growing Economies and Changing Lifestyles

Nigerian Doctor and Writer Wins World Environment Day Blogging Contest
19/04/2013
Charles Immanuel Akhimien Will Report from WED Host Country Mongolia

Scaled-Up Investments in Sustainable Cities Crucial for Improved Resource Efficiency and Poverty Eradication
17/04/2013
Greening City Infrastructure Can Sustain Economic Growth while Using Fewer Resources

Wind Power Surges to New Record
17/04/2013
Global installed capacity has now reached 282.5 GW, a cumulative increase of almost 19%

Russia and UNEP Sign Agreement to Strengthen Partnership
16/04/2013
The agreement was signed by UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner and Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, Sergey Donskoy.

2013 SEED Awards Applications Now Open
16/04/2013
Green Entrepreneurs Can Win Business Support Package

New Study Shows Multi-Trillion Dollar Natural Capital Risk Underlining Urgency of Green Economy Transition
15/04/2013
The report shows that the scale and variation in impacts provide opportunities for companies and their investors to differentiate themselves by optimizing their supply chains and investment strategies.

Major Chinese Company Signs on as Strategic Partner in UN's Flagship Environment Award
15/04/2013
The company has invested in environmental scholarships for young university students, organized clean-up operations and, in 2005, donated 2,000 tonnes of purifying tablets to clean up sections of a polluted river in Guangdong Beijiang.

Reducing Air Pollution, Chemical Coolants Can Quickly Cut Sea-Level Rise
14/04/2013
The damage from rising seas and higher storm surges is one of the most visible and costly effects of climate change.