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
Environment crime undermines sustainable development. It is not only a threat to species, to habitats and to ecosystems, but also to human health, livelihoods and national economies
Global Cooperation Reversed Ozone Depletion, Renewables Reached New Heights and First UNEA Advanced Environmental Agenda
Ministers optimistic on moving Asia Pacific countries towards inclusive green economies
Inconsistency in Cross-Border Regulations Challenge to Effective Control of Illegal Waste Trafficking.
At the closing of the International Conference on Illegal Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora in Africa.
Economic Study Boosts Zambia's Efforts under its National REDD+ Process
Global Trade Reached US$23.4 Trillion in 2013, Highlighting Financial Power that Could be Harnessed for Sustainable Development.
The event brought together leaders and renowned experts in the fields of trade and environment
Conference to seek advancement of Africa-wide strategy to tackle illegal trade in wild fauna and flora.
Experts estimate that 10-30 per cent of this illegal trade (around US$ 72-426 million per annum) goes to transnational organized criminal networks based outside eastern DRC