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Pollution kills more than 9 million people every year – that’s roughly one in six deaths worldwide. Sign the #BeatPollution pledge and tell world leaders they need to act now to end pollution in all its forms.
Air Pollution in our cities and our homes kills 6.5 million people every year and accelerates climate change. Show your support for the global campaign #Breathelife to reduce air pollution, improve health and preserve our climate. Commit to an action and receive updates.
Young Champions of the Earth is a forward-looking prize designed to breathe life into the ambitions of brilliant young environmentalists. Each year, six young people – one from each global region – will be named Young Champions of the Earth. These winners receive seed funding, intensive training, and tailored mentorship to help them bring their big environmental ideas to life.
Poor air quality is a major challenge threatening lives of millions. Reducing air pollution saves lives and benefits climate change, biodiversity and food security. Clean Air Week is focused on solutions for better air quality in Asia Pacific.
El comercio ilegal de vida silvestre está llevando a las especies al borde de la extinción y presenta riesgos ambientales, económicos, de desarrollo y de seguridad. Pero podemos revertir esta tendencia. Países de todo el mundo, las Naciones Unidas, muchas otras organizaciones internacionales y nacionales, empresas, gobiernos y líderes de opinión están trabajando juntos para crear conciencia, promulgar y hacer cumplir leyes más fuertes, e intensificar el apoyo hacia los esfuerzos de las comunidades locales para detener el comercio ilegal de vida silvestre.
By taking part, you can help to ensure that these precious cats have our attention—and our protection. The Challenge is open until 22 April.
How does the Team Challenge work?
You can track progress on the challenge page. The winner will be announced on 22 April, International Mother Earth Day.
So join the challenge, then share your efforts on social media!
The Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint is a voluntary partnership formed by UN Environment and the World Health Organization to prevent exposure to lead, while promoting the phase-out of paints containing lead. The Lead paint Alliance is guided by an advisory group chaired by the United States of America through the Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) and consisting of Government representatives from Colombia, Republic of Moldova, Kenya, Thailand, IPEN International POPs Elimination Network (IPEN), Health and Environmental Alliance (HEAL), International Paint and Print Ink Council (IPPIC), AkzoNobel (a paint company), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).