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#128352
2021-04-30

A partnership to save our Reef

Already we’re making an impact, delivering more than 100 Reef-saving projects right now, including the world’s largest coral reefs restoration program kickstarted by $100 million from the partnership.

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#128065
2021-04-20

China-US cooperation crucial to global climate change efforts

Delegates at the ongoing Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) Annual Conference 2021 commended the agreement between China and the United States to cooperate on climate change, stressing the crucial role of their collaboration in tackling the global challenge.

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#127837
2021-03-29

European Commission and UNEP set out cooperation priorities to tackle climate change

The European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Partnerships and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) today announced common priorities for environmental cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) for the next five years, aimed at tackling the triple planetary crises of ...

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#127775
2021-03-22

Value of cooperation for sustainable development in transboundary river basins

Can cooperation across sectors and countries help to achieve sustainable development? How do stakeholders in the Indus and Zambezi basins envision the future and how can they make that future a reality? IIASA researchers looked into these questions as part of a large-scale initiative with intern ...

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#127239
2021-02-22

Growing hope for plant conservation in Palestine

From vibrant flower carpets amongst ancient olive trees, to small, encroached patches of purple-petals on hillsides, Palestine’s plants are special. And now there’s a growing movement to protect them – one that combines the enthusiasm of emerging young plant conservationists and the wisdom of tr ...

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#127093
2021-02-16

FAO rolls out Shs1.4b climate change project

The Food and Agriculture Organisation, (FAO) in partnership with Kasana-Luweero Diocese, have rolled out a climate change resilience programme targeting the integration of crop growing and pastoralism.

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#127087
2021-02-15

Australia and Southern Africa can work together on climate action and energy transition

The year 2020 tested the strength of our communities and the resilience of our countries. It was a year dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic, but for Australians it started with the most devastating bushfires in our history. The messages and offers of support from our friends in Southern Africa in ...

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#126689
2021-01-26

Global agricultural research network CGIAR joins forces with World Food Programme to tackle post-pandemic hunger

The world's largest publicly-funded agricultural research network, CGIAR, has united effort with the UN World Food Programme (WFP) to help tackle hunger and malnutrition in the pandemic recovery.

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#126501
2020-12-29

Chinese ambassador sets three priorities for further progress in ties with France

China and France should work on three priorities for further development in bilateral relations in the new year, Chinese Ambassador to France Lu Shaye said on Monday. In an end-of-year message published on the embassy website, Lu said the two countries have deepened their comprehensive strategic ...

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#126439
2020-12-23

South Korea signs pact to support Asian forest cooperation body’s office in Seoul

South Korea forged a formal agreement with the Asian Forest Cooperation Organization to provide support to the international body’s headquarters in Seoul, officials said Wednesday.

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#126313
2020-12-17

EU, Leonardo DiCaprio and Global Wildlife Conservation team-up to protect biodiversity

The European Union, environmentalist and Academy Award®-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio and the Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) have launched two initiatives worth €34 million to better protect the planet in 2021.

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#126100
2020-12-09

How tracing every tree in the world could curb deforestation

Conventional financial markets have failed to curb deforestation. Is it time for a radically different approach, to withhold cash from the companies responsible for widespread destruction of nature, and in the process provide a new forum for international technological cooperation?

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#125197
2020-04-21

Covid-19 is a global crisis – but also an opportunity for new co-operation

Globalisation means that all countries are interlinked and interdependent. Covid-19 underlines this mutually assured dependence which, if it is ignored or neglected, assures mutual destruction for everyone. Respectful engagement and dialogue are more important than casting blame and resorting to ...

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#124894
2020-03-26

Promote international co-operation in health': UK and China hint at opportunity for COP Summits

Boris Johnson and Xi Jinping agree to continued co-operation in face of coronavirus crisis and hint at plans for climate and biodiversity summits.

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#124841
2020-03-25

st LD Writethru: China, Britain agree to support WHO's role in combating COVID-19

Chinese President Xi Jinping and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke over phone on Monday night and voiced support for the role of the World Health Organization (WHO) in the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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#124842
2020-03-25

The EU's outermost regions: strengthened partnership bears fruit

Today the European Commission adopted a report on progress made under the 2017 Strategic Partnership with the EU's outermost regions, which strengthened the cooperation between the EU outermost regions, the respective Member States and the European Commission.

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#124598
2020-03-10

UNECE and FAO support Kazakhstan’s development of forest sector Master Plan

Forests are high on the political agenda of Kazakhstan. The country has been developing a strategic document for the country’s forest sector, in collaboration with the Joint UNECE/FAO Forestry and Timber Section and international consultants, namely the draft of the “Master Plan for the Developm ...

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#124523
2020-03-04

New partnership aims to help put a stop to illegal wildlife trade

The Illegal trade in wildlife is a massive, multibillion-dollar market driven by international criminal networks and exacerbated by a nexus of poverty and corruption. Wildlife trade is a crime that, when combined with other threats like habitat loss and climate change, can drive thousands of spe ...

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#124456
2020-03-02

The EIB and UNEP strengthen their cooperation to enhance climate and environmental actions

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) today agreed to deepen their cooperation to enhance climate and environmental actions.

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#124239
2020-02-19

Sierra Leone: Liberia, Sierra Leone Sign Gola Transboundary Forest MOU

The Governments of Liberia and Sierra Leone have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will commit the two countries to protecting the Gola Transboundary Forest Landscape. Foreign Minister Gbezhongar Findley signed on behalf of Liberia while Sam King Brima, Sierra Leone's Deputy Minist ...

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#124218
2020-02-18

CITES Secretary-General delivers the Biodiversity Liaison Group’s statement at CMS COP13

I have the honour to speak on behalf of the members of the Liaison Group of Biodiversity-related Conventions: the Heads of the Secretariats of the CBD, CITES, CMS, the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, the International P ...

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#124156
2020-02-13

Cooperation models for transforming the agricultural sector

The path to reducing unacceptable hunger levels “lies in our ability to transform the agricultural sector”, FAO Director-General QU Dongyu said today at a high-level panel here.

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#124032
2020-01-30

Global airline group to launch carbon exchange platform to address climate change

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is teaming up with a company to develop a carbon exchange platform where airlines, and passengers, can purchase offsets aimed at reducing the impact of air travel on the environment.

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#123992
2020-01-28

MOROCCO: Twinning with EU to improve environmental protection

Morocco is committed to working in partnership with the European Union in the context of environmental protection. A twinning agreement has therefore been signed between the two parties and aims, among other things, to bring Moroccan regulations on environmental protection into line with those o ...

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#123953
2020-01-27

China must drive cooperation on climate change in this new decade

As the new decade begins, burning signs of climate change make efforts to tackle the crisis more urgent than ever. Fires in Australia are still ablaze, continuing a series of climate-related disasters last year, including fires in the Amazon and California and record-breaking summer heat waves

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