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Help preserve land – our ‘home and future’ – UN urges on World Day to Combat Desertification

2018-04-22T11:52:07-04:0017 Jun 2017|Goal 15: Life on Land, News|

With hundreds of millions of people around the globe directly affected by desertification – the degradation of land ecosystems due to unsustainable farming or mining practices, or climate change – United Nations agencies have called for better management of land so that it can provide a place where individuals and communities “can build a future.”

Governments make strong commitments to biodiversity at UN conference in Mexico

2018-04-22T11:55:01-04:0019 Dec 2016|Goal 13: Climate Action, Goal 14: Life Below Water, Goal 15: Life on Land, News|

Countries attending the United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Mexico reached agreements on actions to integrate biodiversity in forestry, fisheries, agriculture, and tourism sectors and to achieve the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development.

UN Environment Assembly opens in Nairobi aiming to ensure ‘healthy planet, with healthy people’

2018-04-22T11:59:57-04:0024 May 2016|Goal 14: Life Below Water, Goal 15: Life on Land, News|

Hundreds of key global decision-makers are gathering in Kenya today for the second United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-2), aiming to tackle some of the most critical issues facing our planet, from the air pollution that kills millions of people every year to an illegal trade in wildlife that is pushing species to the brink of extinction.

Rate of Environmental Damage Increasing Across Planet but Still Time to Reverse Worst Impacts

2018-04-22T12:00:03-04:0019 May 2016|Goal 11: Sustainable Cities, Goal 13: Climate Action, Goal 14: Life Below Water, Goal 15: Life on Land, News, Press material|

The environmental change sweeping the world is occurring at a faster pace than previously thought, making it imperative that governments act now to reverse the damage being done to the planet, says the most authoritative study that UNEP has ever published on the state of the global environment.

New Report Identifies Key Innovations to Bridge Sustainable Development Investment Gap

2020-03-04T13:56:40-05:0021 Jan 2015|Financing for Development, News|

A new report released today by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) identifies critical innovations in the US$300+ trillion global financial system, which, if brought to scale, could help close the widening sustainable development investment gap. The report is being launched at the World Economic Forum at Davos - at the outset of what promises to be a momentous year for sustainable development.

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