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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…  
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.  
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: 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: Climate-friendly coffee farming in Costa Rica  
Date: 23-03-18
COP23: Climate-friendly coffee farming in Costa Rica Coffee production contributes significantly to Costa Rica’s economy – but also to the country’s CO2 emissions. Small-scale farmers should now use…  
COP23: Protecting biodiversity in the island paradise of the Seychelles  
Date: 23-03-18
COP23: Protecting biodiversity in the island paradise of the Seychelles Protection of the ecosystem and a myriad of species has high priority on the Seychelles. The BIOFIN initiative will support the…  
COP23: The last cranes of Cambodia  
Date: 23-03-18
COP23: The last cranes of Cambodia A conservation area and the introduction of organic farming aim to save the last 1,000 Sarus cranes in the wetlands along the mighty Mekong.  
COP23: Russia's peat bogs: An opportunity for the world's climate  
Date: 23-03-18
COP23: Russia's peat bogs: An opportunity for the world's climate Peat bogs store twice as much carbon as all forests in the world, making their conservation essential for the fight against climate…  
COP23: City planners in Brazil discover the value of nature  
Date: 23-03-18
COP23: City planners in Brazil discover the value of nature For a long time, nature was not high on the list of important features for city planners in Brazil. But increased landslides and pollutions…  
Climate-friendly land use in Colombia  
Date: 29-03-18
In early March, Colombia's president and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Juan Manuel Santos, signed the agreement with the World Bank for the Initiative for Sustainable Forest Landscapes (ISFL) of the…