World Environment Day - Raise Your Voice, Not the Sea Level

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UN Conference on Small Island Developing States in Samoa 2014
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Partnering with Islands for a Sustainable World
In September 2014, the global community will gather in Apia, Samoa, for the Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS). This is an event that will offer a once in a decade opportunity for the world's leaders to focus attention on a group of countries that remain a special case for sustainable development.
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"Dufashe Isi / Let's Save the World" by RYACA (Official Video)
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Volunteers Help Install Wind Turbines in Peru
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World Environment Day Tour
On June 5th 2014, Barbados became the first small island developing state to host World Environment Day. Several members from the United Nations Environment Programme visited the island and participated in a week of activities which was held in support of this day.
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World Environment Day 2014
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
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Fatin's Vlog: Celebrating World Environment Day in Barbados!
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WED 2014 in Barbados: 10km Run and 5km Walk
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World Environment Day 2014 in Barbados
Global Celebrations
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Happy World Environment Day 2014
Ian Somerhalder, UNEP Goodwill Ambassador
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Happy World Environment Day!
Ian Somerhalder, UNEP Goodwill Ambassador
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Yesterday, along the Geneva lakeside, three stationary bicycles were connected to an interactive display. Ambassadors, UN High officials, Swiss authorities and civil society representatives volunteered to take part in this educational and fun event. As the VIPs pedalled, large screens displayed the corresponding decrease in sea levels. They truly raised their voice and not the Sea level. Happy World Environment Day to all!
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Green is Good for Business
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World Environment Day 2014 in Barbados: Adapting to Climate Change Challenges
Barbados, 2014 global host of World Environment Day is adapting to climate change vulnerabilities shared by small islands, including beach erosion and sea level rise.
Representatives from the Ministry of Environment and Drainage talk about the challenges and actions needed.

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World Environment Day 2014 in Barbados
Be a part of the celebrations
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World Environment Day 2014 in Barbados
Be a part of the celebrations
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Trinidad Fit for Change
Sustainable Energy for All by 2030: An enormous challenge yet a tremendous opportunity. Many good initiatives have been taken. We need to scale them up. Discover how Trinidad and Tobago, a Small Island Developing State (SIDS), is taking action towards renewable energy.
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GoodPlanet Launches a Campaign to Preserve the Ocean for WED 2014
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Sustainable Fisheries in Barbados
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Ragheb Alama: Take Action for WED
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Fiji's HE Ben Salacakau relates how UNEA can address issues faced by 63 million people living on vulnerable small islands.
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UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner encourages everyone, everywhere to join this year's WED celebrations.
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The World Environment Day Challenge is back!
UNEP Goodwill Ambassadors Gisele Bündchen, Don Cheadle, Ian Somerhalder and Yaya Touré are sending an SOS to the world on behalf of Small Island Developing States.
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Ian Somerhalder talks between two ferns about Going Greener for the World Environment Day Challenge
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Don Cheadle asks you to step up for #WorldEnvironmentDay
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Gisele asks you to step up for #WorldEnvironmentDay
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Yaya Touré asks you to step up for #WorldEnvironmentDay
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Join Team Don and Power Down for World Environment Day
Don Cheadle says the facts don't lie. Climate Change is real. Check it out!
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Gisele talks how food waste contributes to climate change. Check it out!
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Two Minutes on Oceans w/ Jim Toomey: The Climate Change Connection
Oceans are essential for regulating the earth's climate cycle, yet substantial warming trends in the earth's atmosphere are causing dangerous changes including a rising sea level, increased extreme weather events and polar ice melts. This video connects human activities with the changing climate. Find out what's happening and what you can do!
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Two Minutes on Oceans with Jim Toomey: Adaptation to Sea Level rise
DEPI has partnered with UNEP's Regional Office for North America to develop a short video on the topic of sea level rise and our responses to it, which include a wide variety of approaches, from elaborate and expensive seawalls to enhanced natural resilience, such as the restoration of mangroves, marshes and coral reefs. The video is hosted and produced by well known cartoonist Jim Toomey, and it uses animation and humor to explain complex scientific issues in simple terms to the general public.
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A Bottle's Odyssey
A Plastic bottle goes on an epic odyssey to find its way back to its owner. Directed by Nik Kleverov. Activity!
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Shine a light on climate action
Apply to have your climate change project recognized as a 2014 Lighthouse Activity!
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Kiribati: The President's Dilemma
The Pacific islands of Kiribati were among the last places to be colonized by humans. But now, because of rising sea levels, they may be among the first to be abandoned. Should Kiribati President Anote Tong surrender to climate change and evacuate? Can anything be done to help him buy more time?
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