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Meet Champions Of The Earth

A prime minister, a scientist, indigenous women and an entrepreneur bagged the 2021 Champions of the Earth, the United Nations' highest environmental award, for...

National Plans Fall short of Climate Commitment

National plans to and updated climate commitments to curb carbon fall far short of what is needed to avert dangerous climate change, leaving the...

Two-thirds of Countries Lack Mandatory building codes

Despite CO2 emissions from buildings and construction falling significantly in 2020 due to Covid 19 restrictions, a lack of real transformation in the sector...

Plastic Leakage Into Water Bodies to Double by 2030

A growing plastic pollution leakage into aquatic ecosystems in recent years is projected to double by 2030, with dire consequences for human health, global...

Plan To Double Fossil Fuel Against Climate Ambitions

Despite increased climate ambitions and net-zero commitments, the governments across the world still plan to produce more than double the amount of fossil fuel...

Future Calls For Changes in Infrastructure Planning

A radical change in infrastructure planning, delivery and management is key to climate and development targets, according to a new study by UN agencies. The...

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...

UNEP, ICMR Pact For Antimicrobial Resistance

Marking an important step towards recognising and addressing the environmental dimension of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and Indian Council of...

Climate Change Set in Motion; Some Remain Irreversible; IPCC  

Climate change is widespread, rapid, and intensifying, and some trends and changes already set in motion such as continued sea level rise are irreversible...

Human- Wildlife Conflict Adds to Species Extinction

Conflict between people and animals, which leads people to defence or as pre-emptive or retaliatory killings, threatens the some of the world's most emblematic...

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