New research by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Natural Capital Declaration highlights the critical need to fundamentally strengthen how financial institutions view, address and manage deforestation and degradations risks.
An estimated 55,000 Bornean orangutans remain in the wild, split into three distinct subspecies.
HFCs are used in the air conditioning, refrigeration, foam and aerosol sectors as replacements for many ozone-depleting substances (ODSs)
The Addis Ababa Action Agenda provides a foundation for implementing the global sustainable development agenda
Loss of forest ecosystem services such as water regulation can have adverse impacts on the value added of other sectors such as agriculture, tourism and energy.
New Rules for New Horizons: Reshaping Finance for Sustainability
Icherisheher keeps the lights on and paves way for major emissions cut
Growing Urbanization, Unsustainable Fishing and Resource Extraction among Main Pressures on Ecosystems
Pioneering web intelligence technology for air quality, biodiversity and climate change
Actions by Cities, Companies, and Sectors Could Complement Government Efforts and Save Close to 1.8 GtCO2e by 2020
The new agreement to run through to 2018.
How to Turn Environmental Challenges into opportunities for Sustainable Development?
China's busiest airports renews cooperation with UNEP.
At the World Environment Day celebrations in Milan
Jack Johnson is an inspirational artist and committed environmentalist. His millions of fans around the world form part of a unique network that engages with environmental non-profits at each of his tour stops
The winners this year were announced at a high-level event in Oslo sponsored by the Norwegian Government.
Rapid implementation of measures to reduce black carbon in a range of sectors would deliver multiple benefits and near term results in health, climate and other areas
At the Closing of the 15th Session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment
African Ministers Call for Adaptation-Mitigation Parity in 2015 Climate Agreement, to Keep Global Temperature Rise Below 1.5°C
Cairo Declaration shows Africa's Resolve to:
Enhance Natural Resources Management, Integrate Inclusive Green Economy into Development Planning, Develop Common Strategy on Wildlife, Redress Inequity.