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21.04.2017
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Caribbean Conservation You Can Dance To

Artists from five Caribbean islands launched music videos calling on the need to protect the ocean in a creative manner.
12.04.2017
Category: News

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Energy from agricultural waste in Peru

Pilot projects on renewable energy from agricultural and forestry waste show how rural communities can become self-sufficient.
10.04.2017
Category: News

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UN conference for a green economy

The German Federal Environment Ministry played host to the Second Partnership for Action on Green Economy Ministerial Conference.
05.04.2017
Category: News

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Building Tomorrow’s Professional Carbon Accounting Workforce

The international panel of The Carbon Institute publishes recommendations for universities to build government workforces to measure carbon in forests.
04.04.2017
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Sustainable forest development in Nepal and Bhutan

Federal Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks visits Nepal and the Kingdom of Bhutan from 2 to 9 April at the invitation of their respective governments.
31.03.2017
Category: News

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Water utilities in Jordan address climate change

A training workshop in Jordan showed how water and wastewater utilities can become leaders in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
29.03.2017
Category: News

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Award for renewable energy project in the Galápagos Islands

The IKI-funded Renewable Energy Resources for the Galápagos Islands (ENERGAL) project has won an ARE Award.
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