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By Pushpam Kumar, Senior Economic Advisor, UN Environment The measurement and management of “natural capital” is an idea, as the saying goes, whose time has come.
Small micro-organisms have big potential benefits. Lake Bogoria in Kenya’s Rift Valley is famed for its geysers, and its huge population of flamingos, which come to feed on algae and drink fresh water from lakeside spouts.
Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden met with UN Environmenton 22-24 November 2016. The Nordics were led by host country Denmark’s Minister for Food and Environment Esbun Lunde Larsen.
The crucial yet under-recognized role that the world’s women play as agents of change and healers of the ocean and climate was the focus of a side event at the 23rd UN Climate Change Conference (COP23) in Bonn, Germany on 6 November.
The Tapanuli orangutan recently discovered on the Indonesia island of Sumatra has no more than 800 individuals and faces extinction.
Carbon dioxide emissions from modern society are making the oceans more acidic, and the situation is being exacerbated by climate change, pollution, coastal development, overfishing and agricultural fertilizers, a major new study suggests.
On a typical day, when Mr. Pasert, a 40-year-old truck driver, wakes up at 6 a.m., Ms. Sai, a food vendor ten years his senior, has already spent three hours preparing food to sell in the market.
1 November 2017 – Representatives from the Kingdom of Norway and UN Environment met to discuss overall strategic issues for UN Environment and the progress made on the implementation of their Programme Cooperation Agreement.