At the International Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade
CITES MIKE programme says that elephant populations continue to decline owing to steady poaching trends.
Positive progress in East Africa, but situation deteriorating in Central and West Africa. First compliance measures adopted.
The report stresses the urgent need to change the way we use and manage this water resources.
Report on "Greening China's Financial System" coming in April
Targeting young people between the ages of 9 and 14, the competition aims to raise awareness on energy consumption and energy savings.
Better Management of Neglected Sector Would Boost Water Regulation and Biodiversity and Sequester up to 9.8 per cent of Anthropogenic Carbon Emissions
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.
Egyptian President Receives UNEP Executive Director and African Ministers in Cairo
The ongoing loss of biodiversity in Africa is driven by a combination of human-induced factors, including a rising demand for and consumption of natural resources and pollution created by urbanization and industrialization.
The Atlas contains detailed mapping of how strategic interventions and innovations are improving the food security and livelihoods of mountain communities in different parts of Africa.
UN General Assembly Marks the Day with Special Session
The role of women in sustainable natural resource management and the fight against wildlife crime are the major themes of this year's event.