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Are you interested in understanding the impacts of pollution on our planet, and what we need to do to do to live in a pollution-FREE-planet? If so, this is the course for you.
Through the windows of the Saman Tree conference room of the Kapok Hotel in Port of Spain, one can easily observe the beauty of the waters of the Caribbean Sea under the clear blue sky.
800,000 people a year die in developing countries due to exposure to lead, a widely used metal which is harmful to human health and the environment. No level of lead exposure is safe: its neurological and behavioral effects are irreversible.
18 September 2017, New York- Ministers and top UN leaders yesterday urged the world’s nations to quickly ratify an international agreement that could prevent up to half a degree of global warming this century.
For a second time, enforcement officers and organizations tackling fast-growing illegal trade in chemicals and harmful waste in Asia Pacific were at the centerstage of an award ceremony recognizing their efforts to curb pollution crimes.
16 August 2017 – The world’s first Convention to protect the environment and human health in close to a decade, the Minamata Convention on Mercury, enters into force today, committing its 74 Parties to reducing the risks to human
More than 100 constitutions recognize the human right to a healthy environment. So why do environmental degradation and natural resource exploitation continue to plague the planet?
“The science on climate change is perfectly clear: we need more action, not less. This is a global challenge. Every nation has a responsibility to act and to act now.
The Sixteenth Session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN) will be held from June 12-16, 2017 in Libreville, Gabon, under the theme: "Investing in Innovative Environmental Solutions to accelerate implementation of Susta
18 May 2017 – The world took a historic step forward in the fight against mercury poisoning today, as the European Union and seven of its member states (Bulgaria, Denmark, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Romania and Sweden) ratif