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“Recovering key species for ecosystem restoration”; Wildlife Day 2022

Aimed at conservation and recovery of the key species of the wild fauna and flora, the United Nations World Wildlife Day 2022 will be...

Conditional Humanitarian Support For Political Gains In Afghan?

As 55 per cent of Afghan population is estimated to be in crisis or experiencing emergency levels of food insecurity, the UN and Humanitarians...

Know COP26, World’s Most Important Climate Meet

The world is now looking at Glasgow where the Leaders have gathered for COP 26, where they would discuss threadbare climate change. In a...

World Heritage Forest Sites absorbs 190 Million Tons of CO2

In a new study, the United Nations said that the World Heritage Forest sites played a vital role in mitigating climate change by absorbing 190 million tons...

eDNA, a Science For The Ocean

Aimed at protecting and preserving Marine World Heritages, the United Nations has embarked on a mission “environmental DNA” (e-DNA) with the participation of the local...

Women Still A Minority in Space Industry

Women represent only 20 to 22 per cent of the international space industry, which is on par with the percentage from 30 years ago,...

SDG Targets Reversed; FAO

COVID-19 has set back progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) enshrined in the UN's Agenda 2030, undermining decades of development efforts, according to...

Covid 19; No Growing Back Greener

The temporary reduction in emission of carbon due to global COVID-19 lockdowns did not slow the relentless advance of climate change, and Greenhouse gas...

Covid 19 Magnified Online Harassment of Women

The accessibility and unattributable nature of cyberspace has exposed women to a disproportionate amount of stalking and online harassment and the Covid 19 pandemic...

Asia- Pacific Region Species Under Increased Plastic Threat

From fresh water mammals to birds and animals, all migratory species in the Asia-Pacific region are vulnerable to plastic pollution, according to a new...

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