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Alvinus Linus Ngwale looks focused as he fishes out small aquatic invertebrates from a river in southeastern Tanzania. He’s a local volunteer working with 30 others to better understand pollution in the river.
The Athi River starts in the iconic Ngong Hills that rise above Nairobi. It flows past the bustling metropolis and through Kenya’s largest national park, Tsavo East, until it finally reaches the Indian Ocean.
We tend to associate polar regions with vast stretches of white ice. Yet we rarely think of the permafrost - a layer of soil or bedrock that has been continuously frozen for years.
Any visitor to southern Chile’s ancient Valdivian rainforest could be excused for missing the tiny and unassuming Barrio’s frog, one of the world’s rarest amphibians.
A new UN Rideshare mobile application, brainchild of the Bangkok-based UN Office of Information and Communication Technology, will be launched and demonstrated during Clean Air Week, which will take pla
In South Africa, early movers are profiting from a strong export market in “green goods” – primarily pollution and wastewater management technologies.
In developing countries, women make up nearly half of the labour force in agriculture and account for a large portion of the world’s food crops.
In a recent training held in Bhutan, one of the countries in compliance with the Montreal Protocol, saw more than 30 customs officials from regional offices being trained on enforcement of the Montreal Protocol.