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-NEW- The ambitious plan to stop the ground from sinking
-NEW- How climate change will transform business and the workforce
-NEW- Rising Seas Could Submerge the Oldest English Settlement in the America
-NEW- The great thaw of America’s north is coming
‘Planet at a crossroads’: climate summit makes progress but leaves much to do
In major new report, UN environment chief urges ambitious action to save planet from 'pollution menace'
UK considers tax on single-use plastics to tackle ocean pollution
US groups honouring Paris climate pledges despite Trump
Accelerate climate action and raise ambition, urges UN chief
Bonn: new efforts announced at UN climate conference to push for further, faster climate action
RECORDS SMASHED: 2017 Hurricane season shattered 3 MILLION lives – but worse still to come
From Miami to Shanghai: 3C of warming will leave world cities below sea level
Revealed: New York to be submerged by 50ft of water by 2300, shock study claims
La Palma VOLCANO: Shocking never-seen-before footage of huge ERUPTION on Canary Islands
Great Barrier Reef could die from eating PLASTIC as coral found to LOVE the taste
Yellowstone super-volcano double eruption plunged world into global winters, study reveals
Wildlife conservation, sustainable development in spotlight at UN-backed conference
GATES TO HELL? Hundreds of ancient structures found on edge of VOLCANOES in Saudi Arabia
‘Ecological Armageddon’ IMMINENT as insect numbers dwindle in ‘ALARMING DISCOVERY’
-NEW- Ancient Egypt 'wiped out by SOCIAL STRESS’ caused due to VOLCANOES and climate change
MAPPED: US cities at risk from Yellowstone ERUPTION - millions facing WAVE of lava and ash
Yellowstone volcano WARNING: Catastrophic eruption would destroy ALL life on Earth
Bali volcano: Mount Agung eruption fears – shock new graph shows spike in seismic activity
Bali volcano: As Mount Agung rumbles – another volcano asleep for four centuries just woke
Out-of-control space station is going to CRASH into Earth but experts have no idea where
Mystery hole the size of IRELAND opens up in Antarctica - scientists baffled
UN chief urges world to implement Paris climate accord 'with greater ambition'
After Harvey, Are Epic Rains the New Normal?
Iceberg FOUR TIMES the size of Manhattan breaks away from Antarctic glacier
Cluster of extreme weather events leave no doubt climate change is real, Caribbean nations tell UN
This is how your world could end
Global shockwaves from electric cars will be here sooner rather than later
Kazakhstan to reintroduce wild tigers after 70-year absence
Battery storage and rooftop solar could mean new life post-grid for consumers
Hurricane Harvey: Worst storm to hit US in a decade hits Texas
Why the IPA's claim global warming is natural is 'junk science'
Climate change threatens agricultural trade in Pacific Rim economies, UN agency warns
Top Environment News
First Great Barrier Reef, now Maldives' coral is DYING, fear conservationists
Earth Overshoot Day is TODAY: We have used ALL the natural resources for the year
The animals thriving in the Anthropocene
Mystery as HUGE craters emerge in Russia: Scientist claims they are major warning to world
Great Barrier Reef DYING spark panic for Galapagos Islands and Komodo National Park corals
U.S. Media Silent As Putin Declares Russia GMO-Free As They Prepare To Become Top Producer of Organic Food
Widespread chaos to follow rising sea levels, warns ex-Nasa boss
Environment / Climate Change
Climate change: 11 things you need to know
Sea level fears as Greenland darkens
Defending the environment advancing the law
Pope Supports International Campaign on Climate Change
Environmental Daily Updates
END OF DAYS? Scientists fear THIS historical event could spark 'apocalyptic' disaster SOON
Oceans on edge of being oxygen STARVED due to climate change, researchers fear
Widespread chaos to follow rising sea levels, warns ex-Nasa boss
A mission to the Pacific plastic patch
Eleven global banks partner with UN to make financial markets more climate transparent
Elon Musk's Tesla to build world's biggest lithium ion battery to secure power for South Australia
New research may resolve a climate ‘conundrum’ across the history of human civilization
EU moves to restrict hormone-disrupting chemical found in plastics
Record 'green' energy capacity added in 2016 as cost for renewables plunges – UN-backed report
UN Ocean Conference wraps up with actions to restore ocean health, protect marine life
UN chief Guterres highlights importance of sustainable energy in message to EXPO 2017
Trump Pulls Out of Paris Climate Deal: 5 Likely Effects
Trump climate deal: Modi vows to go beyond Paris accord
Green economy is 'the economy of the future,' says UN chief, urging commitment to climate action
Climate change: Trump keeps world waiting on Paris deal
How can we make national environmental laws better?
The Future Of Australian Environmental Laws
Climate change: China vows to defend Paris agreement
Arctic summit: Trump to make 'right decision for the US' on climate
UN examines fossil fuel influence in climate talks process
Global trade deal threatens Paris climate goals, leaked documents show
The race to destroy space garbage
Sci-fi forest tracks carbon impact
Extreme weather and pollution 'made 2016 a climate RECORD-breaker'
Earth Hour 2017: UN joins iconic landmarks 'going dark' to support protecting the planet
Research shows link between temperature rise and human influence, says head of UN climate panel
New Zealand's Whanganui River granted legal status as a person after 170-year battle
China's 'airpocalypse' linked to Arctic sea ice loss
GLOBAL SHOCK: The Antarctic is turning LUMINOUS GREEN
Smarter use of natural resources can inject $2 trillion into global economy by 2015 – UNs
Australia's summer broke 205 weather records, climate group says
“In Face of Climate Change: Clean Energy, New Agriculture and Intelligent Cities,” Says Academy of Sciences
World Wildlife Day: Five point wish list to save endangered British and global animals
‘Turn the tide on plastic’ urges UN, as microplastics in the seas now outnumber stars in our galaxy
Antarctic sea ice shrinks to smallest ever extent
Up to 300 whales dead after becoming stranded on New Zealand beach near Golden Bay as rescuers race to save survivors
China draws up ‘ecological red lines’ to protect environment
STONEHENGE SHOCK: Hundreds of strange monuments found in the AMAZON RAINFOREST
Nature World News
Zulu dancers turn to fake pelts to help save endangered leopard
FROM GDF FOUNDER: GDF UNITY IN DIVERSITY - CREATING GLOBAL INCLUSIVE SOCIETY & CULTURE OF PEACE
What is this pale blue dot 4 BILLION miles away in space...the answer will blow your mind
SHOCK CLAIM: John Kerry 'visited Antarctica to examine secret Nazi UFO base'
Cheetah sprinting to extinction with just 7,100 left in the wild - experts
The most extreme geothermal plant in the world
Sweden's ice hotel
Monster Atlantic wave recorded off British coast at 62.3FT HIGH - biggest on record EVER!
US TSUNAMI WARNING: 80ft wave could strike east coast at ANY moment, says top scientist
Antarctic 'pole of ignorance' finally addressed
Sea ice extent in Arctic and Antarctic reached record lows in November
Arctic sea ice shrinks to fourth lowest extent on record
Gore meeting latest sign Trump softening on climate change?
New ?Dead Zone? threat to fisheries in the Indian Ocean
The colossal African solar farm that could power Europe
Christ?s 3 Visits: Our Guest Is Here and Is Coming
The North Pole is an insane 20C warmer than normal as winter descends
Tree change for Melbourne, as the city plans for a warmer world
Oceans of Opportunity
Help us conserve Australia?s wildlife and wild places: The Nature Conservance Australia
The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Already Here
Arctic ice pack the size of Florida melted after ?extreme cyclone? (VIDEO)
MARRAKECH: ?We strive to lead,? climate-vulnerable countries declare, pledging robust action on Paris accord
Climate change may be escalating so fast it could be 'game over', scientists warn
GDF UNITY IN DIVERSITY - CREATING GLOBAL INCLUSIVE SOCIETY & CULTURE OF PEACE
MARRAKECH: Cities are striving to play key role in implementing Paris climate accord
-MARRAKECH: Civil society vital to drive momentum on Paris Agreement targets, say ?Climate Champions?
Allergy nation: the science of facing up to our invisible enemies
On International Day, UN cites 'duty of care towards the environment' in peacetime and during conflict
On historic day for climate action, Ban urges sustained momentum for better, safer future
Protecting people and planet from ?invisible killer? is focus of UN health campaign to tackle air pollution
Reforesting Kilimanjaro could ease East Africa's severe water shortages ? UN
Sustainable food systems vital to achieving 2030 Agenda nutrition targets ? UN Rome-based agencies
Green transformation 'unstoppable' as countries agree to curb powerful greenhouse gases ? UN
Inside the incredible underground ice cave where 'humans once lived'
The world's most incredible caves
Recognising Aboriginal culture and heritage: our laws need improving
10 Oct 2016
World Environment News
Lives devastated as El Niño drives drought in Mozambique ? in pictures
Aviation industry agrees deal to cut CO2 emissions
An International Research Journal of Environmental Science
World Environment Center
Posted 9 Oct 2016
Wildlife Conservation Holidays | Biosphere Expeditions
Posted 9 Oct 2016
RUSSIAN TV is showing NIBIRU PLANET-X! RUS Doesn't hide it - Please Share (2016)
Posted 2 OCT 2016
Nibiru, Planet X, Nemesis, The Destroyer, Wormwood, Hercolubus, Comet Typhon
World Environment News
A 3-million-year ice age is coming to an end
Located 2,100km northwest of the main Hawaiian Islands, the Papah?naumoku?kea National Marine Monument is now the largest nature reserve on Earth
Second lowest minimum for Arctic ice
In historic ceremony, UN chief hails China, US for formally joining Paris climate agreement
UN agriculture chief stresses role of healthy oceans as drivers of Africa?s prosperity
1 Sep 2016
Eastern Gorillas Classified As 'Endangered' On Red List
The Anthropocene epoch: scientists declare dawn of human-influenced age
Isle De Jean Charles: Louisiana Community To Be Climate Change Refugees
30 Aug 2016
New Study Shows ?Smoke Waves? Will Affect Millions in the Coming Decades
Hit by climate change, Central American coffee growers get a taste for cocoa
Freak Lightning Strike Kills Hundreds of Reindeer in Norway
Solar power brings northern Mali much needed light
Our approach is pragmatic, solution-based, transparent and guided by science
21 Aug 2016
Mexico announces launch of cap-and-trade pilot program
16 Aug 2016
Pacific islander dances to raise climate change awareness
16 Aug 2016
Alaskan village votes in favour of relocating due to climate change
Help us conserve our amazing Australia!
The Rugged World of Harsh Environment Sensors
UN hails ambitious Canada-Mexico-US partnership to fight climate change
Indigenous rights and private funding key to slowing deforestation, says Norway minister
14 June 2016
Australian PM pledges A$1 bln to help ailing Great Barrier Reef
14 June 2016
Ethanol, bioenergy no threat to food security: report
15 June 2016
European Union reaches outline deal to stem flow of conflict minerals
16 June 2016
UK-funded ice breaker in 'elite' Arctic tourism row
17 June 2016
Dead Sea drying: A new low-point for Earth
'Go wild for life,' UN says on World Environment Day
'Baby boom' for world's rarest leopards
Fears Melting Glacier Will Raise Sea Levels
India set to start massive project to divert Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers
GDF signs MoU with UN Alliance of Civilizations - towards the nucleus of a planetary citizens assembly
Nations sign historic Paris climate deal
The queen urges inclusivity in Commonwealth speech
Unity in Diversity-World Civil Society India Launch
Ghost-like 'Casper' octopod discovered
Climate stirring change beneath the waves
Nine Villages Valley in China is its best-kept and most beautiful secret
Bees can help boost food security of two billion small farmers at no cost ? UN
150,000 penguins die after giant iceberg renders colony landlocked
New Zealand cliffs collapse in Christchurch earthquake
Sustainable energy can ?save millions of lives,? Ban tells summit in Abu Dhabi
Plans for underwater 'oceanscraper' revealed
COP21 climate change summit reaches deal in Paris
LEONARDO DICAPRIO FOUNDATION, "New Film ?Biomimicry? Explores Nature?s Technology"
COP21: UN chief says 'today is about action by all sectors of society'
Paris climate summit: David Cameron warns 'earth is in peril' - as it happened
Paris Climate Change Conference - November 2015
Posted 30 November 2015
Mekong: a river rising
27 November 2015
In hot water: How the hidden menace of coral bleaching is going global
Pope Francis delivers stern warning ahead of Paris climate conference
27 November 2015
Mother Spends 11 Hours Rescuing Baby Elephant Stuck in Well
27 November 2015
?If we take action now, we can address climate change and build a sustainable future? ? Janos Pasztor
Security council unanimously calls on UN members to fight Isis
God's Design Written in Nature, Says Pope
displacement?where will we go?
Indigenous peoples? voices must be heard at Paris climate change conference, UN agency says
19 November 2015
COP21 must be ?turning point to a low-emission, climate-resilient future?? UN official
Global response ?keeps door open? to limit temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius ? UN
Bishops Representing Entire Globe Make Appeal to COP 21 Parties
GDF FOUNDER MESSAGE TO THE WORLD
Transcript: Read the Speech Pope Francis Gave to the United Nations
New Technology meets the Old Fishing Village of Kat O
?The stakes are high,? UN chief tells climate finance meeting in Peru
Pacific islands play vital role in advancing action on climate change, Ban tells leaders
Unilever chief honoured by UN for advocating more sustainable business models
Chain of storms marks unusually strong start to hurricane season
July 08, 2015 - A SURGE of storms is marching on Japan and China, and two of them....
Sustainable soil management key to curbing climate change and ensuring food security - UN agency
Sustainable transport essential to new global goals and low carbon economy - UN panel
At annual meeting, UN committee on space issues renews focus on sustainability and climate change
UN invites world's seven billion people to become agents of change on World Environment Day
UN agriculture agency and IKEA join forces for sustainable forest management
June Celebrated as Immigrant Heritage Month in US
1st June 2015
World Environment Day
GDF Presentation: Dialogue as Global Trust Building Shaping Common Global Agenda, 3rd World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue, Baku 17-18 May 2015
New UN-backed report emphasizes possible contribution of forests to ending hunger
UN deputy chief calls for 'meaningful decision' on strengthened international arrangement on forests
Oregon Lost Lake: Video Shows Water Disappear Down Large Hole, But Where It Goes Has Been A Mystery
'We're on Titanic Approaching Iceberg,' says Rabbi on climate change
New sustainabilty agenda must harmonize humanity's relationship with planet - UN Assembly President
UN official stresses link between healthy soils, sustainable development as Global Soil Week starts
'Clear and critical' need for sustainable energy targets in post-2015 agenda, UN deputy chief says
Public, private sectors essential for progress on climate change, says UN chief
World Water Day 2015: UN calls for global unity in pursuit of better water access for all
On World Meteorological Day, UN chief stresses need to mitigate climate change patterns
UN officials stress investment, smart policies for sustainable future of world's forests
'We have to move from climate change to climate action,' Pharrell Williams says at UN
Cyclone Pam: 24 confirmed dead in Vanuatu with fears for many more, president pleades for help to rebuild
Ahead of global risk reduction conference, UN review finds vast majority of disasters climate-related
FEATURE: Climate change and sustainability key to future development agenda, says former UN official
2015 pivotal for finalizing universal climate change agreement, Ban tells Member States
THE LARGEST CLEANUP IN HISTORY
Science -vs- PR hype doesn?t hold up: Satellite images reveal ocean acidification from space
New satellite reveals places on Earth most at risk from ocean acidification
Climate change and the oceans
As Kyoto Protocol turns 10, UN says 'first critical step' must trigger new 2015 emissions-curbing deal
States agree key document on route to climate change agreement - UN
A Davos, UN chief meets Republic of Korea, Canada Ministers, urges climate action
UN agency stresses need for genetic diversity in agriculture to combat climate change
Post-Conflict Macedonia - Inclusive Society Model - Update 16-1-2015 (First published 2012)
Jan 15 - Model for Intercultural, inter-ethnic, inter-religious, inclusive and sustainable societies
In India, UN chief commends country's leadership on climate change
Ban appoints climate change official ahead of December UN climate conference
COP20: Ban Ki-moon hails delegates for paving way to 'meaningful' climate agreement
'Leaders must act,' urges Ban, as new UN report warns climate change may soon be 'irreversible'
Amplifying women's voices in climate change solutions focus of UN conference
On International Day, UN urges protection of environment from ravages of war
UN convention agrees to double diversity funding, accelerate preservation measures
Eradicating poverty goes 'hand in hand' with biodiversity protection - UN officials
FEATURE: UN biodiversity pact seeks to ensure fair, transparent use of world's genetic resources
Indigenous knowledge essential to meet global biodiversity targets - UN official
UN launches 'game-changer' software to help developing countries monitor forests
Benefits of investing in protection of biodiversity outweigh financial costs, says UN-backed report
Major conference on biodiversity warns against 'business as usual' behavior, consumption
Faced with existential climate threat, small island nations sound climate alarm at UN
Ban hails 'bold' announcements on tackling climate change as historic UN summit closes
Governments, corporations pledge at UN summit to eliminate deforestation by 2030
Ahead of summit, UN Headquarters complex becomes canvas inspiring action on climate change
Ahead of UN climate summit, leading investors urge transition to low-carbon economy
Ban welcomes Leonardo DiCaprio as new UN Messenger of Peace ahead of climate march
Economic growth possible even while tackling climate change, UN-backed report finds
Marking International Day, UN officials hail progress in reducing damage to ozone layer
UN-organized tsunami exercise shows Indian Ocean region now 'better prepared'
As climate change debate heats up, UN experts warn 'we are running out of time'
Ozone layer recovering but remains threatened - UN reports
UN officials call for renewed global commitment to ending nuclear tests
SAMOA: In Apia, Ban sets sail for sustainable development
Indian Ocean nations to carry out UN-organized tsunami readiness test
SAMOA: Stopping climate change is 'about people, about survival' says UN envoy
Sixth Global Forum on UN WEB TV
UN WEB TV Coverage of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Sixth Global Forum....
SAMOA: Urging sustainable action, UN officials link small islands to global issues at conference opening
CLOSING REMARKS BY H. E. MR. NASSIR ABDULAZIZ AL-NASSER THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE ALLIANCE OF CIVILIZATIONS BEFORE THE MINISTERIAL SEGMENT OF SIXTH UNAOC GLOBAL FORUM
UN officials hail role of cultural, religious dialogue in advancing peace, development
Unity in Diversity - Workshop UN DPI/ NGO Conference, UN New York
Experts at UN conference call for action to mitigate climate-related health risks
The UNAOC Sixth Global Forum in Bali: Unity in Diversity, Celebrating Diversity for Common and Shared Values
|Climate change adaptation can help promote sub-Saharan African livelihoods - UN report
13 August 2014
Unity in Diversity World Civil Society - Establishing Initiative Bodies, Message From Founder
6 August 2014
FEATURE: As climate talks heat up, experts debate if natural gas, fracking will turn ?brown? economies ?green?
1 August 2014
UN labour agency declares world of work essential to greening the economy
17 July 2014
Ban appoints former Irish President Mary Robinson as special envoy for climate change
14 July 2014
FEATURE: Should international refugee law accommodate climate change
3 July 2014
UN initiative strengthens drought monitoring and early warning in Asia-Pacific
1 July 2014
Saying 'change is in the air' Ban urges new UN body to galvanize global sustainability agenda
27 June 2014
New UN high-level body on environment opens inaugural session in Nairobi
23 June 2014
In a message to Maputo conference, Ban calls for accelerating efforts towards mine-free world
26 June 2014
UN agency urges stronger focus on potential of forests to reduce poverty, spur green development
23 June 2014
'One planet, one ocean - together, we must protect them', urges UN on World Oceans Day
8 June 2014
'The future starts now', Ban says at launch of UN Decade of Sustainable Energy for All
5 June 2014
UN officials hail 'significant' move by US to curb power plant emissions
2 June 2014
UN agency spotlights 'climate-smart' approach to galvanize rural renewal
6 June 2014
'Raise your voice, not the sea level', urges UN on World Environment Day
5 June 2014
First annual UN forum seeks to mobilize investment, action for sustainable energy for all
4 June 2014
Urgent action needed to safeguard genetic diversity of world's forests, UN study says
3 June 2014
Developing nations' policies push renewable energy capacity to record high, says UN backed report
3 June 2014
FEATURE: Partnerships, cooperation focus of UN sustainable energy summit
5 June 2014
'Time running out' to stop rising CO2 levels as average hits new high, UN reports
26 May 2014
UN agency, China open door to carbon financing for herders, grazers
30 May 2014
Mayors in frontline of battle against climate change - UN
29 May 2014
On Africa Day, Ban urges leveraging continent's potential for the good of all people
25 May 2014
Interview: 'Bright spots' can help islands navigate towards sustainable future, says UN biodiversity chief
22 May 2014
UN adopts new global platform to tackle wildlife, forest crime
21 May 2014
'The race is on, it's time to lead', UN chief tells Abu Dhabi climate change event
4 May 2014
UN climate chief urges greater support for developing countries
30 April 2014
Ban set to address leaders in Abu Dhabi weighting action on climate change
3 May 2014
GDP Versus Nature: Can they Co-Exist
2 May 2014
UN agency honours traditional farming sites in China, Iran, Republic of Korea
1 May 2014
On Mother Earth Day, UN urges protecting planet from 'heavy hand of humankind'
22 April 2014
'High speed mitigation train to leave the station,' concludes long-awaited UN climate report?
13 April 2014
In Washington, Ban urges world leaders to work towards climate action?
11 April 2014
UN launches decade-long initiative to promote sustainable energy for all?
9 April 2014
Agriculture's green house gas emission's on the rise, warns UN agency?
11 April 2014
In Brussels, Ban says 'much heavy lifting' required by all to curb impacts of climate change?
3 April 2014
Climate change impacting entire planet, raising risk of hunger, floods, conflict - UN report?
31 March 2014
Ban applauds Prague's climate change preparedness?
4 April 2014
Ban praises small islands' commitment to address climate change?
2 April 2014
Earth Hour: UN to go dark globally, raising awareness on energy consumption, climate change impacts
29 March 2014
Secretary-General wraps up visit to Greenland with tour of Ilulissat Icefjord?
27 March 2014
On World Meteorological Day, UN rallies youth to take on climate change?
23 March 2014
World Water Day: UN highlights water, energy links for sustainable development
22 March 2014
On inaugural World Day, UN urges preservation of wild animals and plants?
3 March 2014
Prospects for climate agreement boosted by survey of national laws?
UN kicks off International Year to raise profile of small island developing countries?
Valuing natural resources critical to Africa's 'green economy' growth - UN?
Africa youth gardens open opportunities to decent jobs, dignified life ? UN agency?
Former NYC Mayor?s leadership on climate change vital to success of UN summit ? Ban?
What Are Animals Really Thinking? Author Explores Hidden World?
UN labour agency calls for major investment in rural Africa as key to prosperity
United Arab Emirates to host meeting ahead of UN chief's climate summit
Former New York Mayor Bloomberg named Ban's envoy for cities and climate change
31 January 2014 - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today announced the appointment...
Human cause of global warming is near certainty, UN reports
30 January 2014 - Global warming is unequivocal, human influence has been the dominant...
Securing crop biodiversity is a key to feeding world's growing population - UN study
30 January 2014 - Seeking to ensure that the world can feed a fast growing population...
Agriculture 'engine of growth' to eradicating hunger in Africa, UN official stresses
29 January 2014 - A senior United Nations official today stressed that agriculture is the...
At Davos Forum, Ban again urges business sector to help tackle climate change
24 January 2014 - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon kept up the drumbeat for business to...
UN-backed website aims to aid 'green'-minded governments
22 January 2014 - As the international community lays the groundwork for sustainable...
Time for investors to move out of high-carbon assets, says UN climate change official
15 January 2014 - The top United Nations climate change official today urged investors...
Healthy and sustainable food systems key to fighting hunger, UN agency says
14 January 2014 - Healthy people need healthy and sustainable food systems, the United...
UN urged to recognize benefits derived from mountain regions as essential for sustainable development
January 8, 2014 - As United Nations - led talks on outlining the future global development...
Ban calls on world for more resources to end conflicts, spur development, counter climate change
January 10, 2014 - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on the international...
Ban appoints former leaders of Ghana, Norway as special envoy on climate change
23 December 2013 ? The United Nations efforts to stem climate change got a boost today...
Global warming could lead to more anxious fish, study reports
5 December 2013 ? Rising ocean acidity linked to global warming may be making fish...
Environment should play greater role in peace building, UN report
10 December 2013 ? Natural resources - which, in many conflict-affected countries, fuel...
UN-backed green fund hailed as 'milestone' in global effort to tackle climate change
4 December 2013 ? Senior United Nations officials hailed the opening in the Republic of...
"Climate-smart" agriculture needed to steer food security through changing weather, Ban says
5 December 2013 ? Agroforestry, diversification of crops with legumes and other practical...
Public-private partners at UN pledge to seek funding for sustainable energy for all
27 November 2013 ? The United Nations and the World Bank today announced a concerted...
UN agency backs strengthening forest producer groups to help reduce poverty, boost incomes
25 November 2013 ? The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is urging...
Ban welcomes deal at UN-led climate change talks as step towards 2015 treaty
23 November 2013 ? The United Nations-led talks in Warsaw, Poland concluded...
UN links private, public partnerships to jointly create climate change solutions
19 November 2013 ? As diplomats and environment experts continue to work towards a...
At climate change talks, Ban stresses major role of cities in mitigating impact
21 November 2013 ? Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon took his campaign to galvanise an...
Climate finance is essential to addressing climate change, Ban tells minister in Warsaw
20 November 2013 ? The top United Nations official today called on foreign ministers to...
In Warsaw, Ban urges climate negotiators to 'rise to the challenge' reach global deal
19 November 2013 ? The world need to look no further than the catastrophe in the Philippines to...
Typhoon Haiyan wake-up call to speed up climate control efforts - Ban
18 November 2013 ? Typhoon Haiyan, which devastated the Philippines a week ago is a...
Coal industry must diversify to avert worst impacts of climate change - UN official
18 November 2013 ? The coal industry must radically transform and diversify to avoid the...
At climate change conference, UN expert urges countries to make concrete pledges
15 November 2013 ? A United Nations independent expert today called on Governments at...
Social sciences play vital role in tackling environmental challenges, says UNESCO report
15 November 2013 ? A new United Nations report underscores the vital contribution of the...
Patriarch Bartholomew Urges Leaders to Act Now on Climate Change
15 November 2013 ? Patriarch Bartholomew, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople...
Negotiators told 'the world is ready' for climate change deal, as UN conference opens in Warsaw
11 November 2013 ? The United Nations Climate Change Conference opened today in...
Climate change deal in Warsaw vital for small farmers, rural poor, UN agency stresses
8 November 2013 ? With diplomats set to gather in Warsaw next week to pick up...
Amount of greenhouse gases in atmosphere reach record high, says UN agency
6 November 2013 ? The amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere reached a record...
UN agency welcomes US ratification of treaty to tackle mercury pollution
7 November 2013 ? The United Nations environment agency today welcomed the...