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COP23: Struggling to save Fiji's marine wealth  
Date: 23-03-18
COP23: Struggling to save Fiji's marine wealth The Pacific nation of Fiji is considered a paradise on earth. But in reality, the archipelago’s marine life is threatened. Researchers, politicians and...  
COP23: Mobile power to bring Rwanda's remote regions into the future  
Date: 23-03-18
COP23: Mobile power to bring Rwanda's remote regions into the future In Rwanda, 60% of the population have a mobile phone - but only 15% have electricity. Mobile kiosks now offer solar power and...  
COP23: Green fix for food transport  
Date: 23-03-18
COP23: Green fix for food transport Coolants used in food transportation are often worse for the climate than CO2 emissions. Now a new cooling system is making the trip from farm to store greener.  
Protecting Mexico's island paradise  
Date: 23-03-18
Protecting Mexico's island paradise The popularity of the Mexican island of Cozumel as a cruise destination is great for the economy — but not necessarily for nature. The country is now trying to...  
Setting the ball rolling: global communication on biodiversity  
Date: 23-03-18
The Earth Hour event on 24 March 2018 will also mark the launch of the international communication initiative that forms part of the project entitled ‘Up-scaling biodiversity communication to...  
World Water Day 2018  
Date: 22-03-18
Half the world’s population – 3.6 billion people – live in regions that already face water shortages in at least one month a year, according to the United Nations World Water Development Report...  
01b_Template_Final_Report_Status_Report.doc  
Date: 21-03-18
International Climate Initiative Status Report Please delete the grey instructions after use. The Status Report should be no longer than 12 pages. A 'Short Report' (Report Sheet) should be...  
COP23: Putting people before palm oil in Guatemala  
Date: 21-03-18
COP23: Putting people before palm oil in Guatemala The word Guatemala means "place of many trees" in Mayan. But oil palms and cornfields now blanket the land once covered in forest. Some...  
Interview: Mainstreaming climate change in the Philippines  
Date: 20-03-18
Björn Surborg from Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is responsible for the project “Support to the Philippines in shaping and implementing the international climate...  
Conference CBD  
Date: 19-03-18
Further information Website of the CBD (external) Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Every two years, the signatories to the Convention on Biological Diversity...  
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