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Mar 11, 2019
Greek man Antonis Mavropoulos missed Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed for being two minutes late to airportAntonis Mavropoulos, president of the International Solid Waste Association, a non-profit organisation, was travelling to Nairobi to attend the annual assembly of the UN Environment Programme
Nov 21, 2018
UN environment chief Erik Solheim resigns after audit report claims he spent $488,518 on travelUN environment chief Erik Solheim said on Tuesday he had resigned after receiving a final audit of his official travel. A draft of the report found he travelled for 529 out of the 668 days audited, spending $488,518 (381,953.1 pounds) with no regard for the rules, Britain's The Guardian newspaper reported in September.
Jul 17, 2018
Google partners with United Nations to monitor human impact on the environmentThe Google-UN partnership will create a platform that tracks environment-related development targets.
Nov 28, 2017
UN likely to provide $540 million to developing countries for phasing out ozone-depleting chemicalsThe funds will be provided by developed countries for three years starting from 2018 through the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol, which has disbursed over $3.7 billion since 1991 to support developing countries to phase out chemicals that destroy the ozone layer.
Jun 02, 2017
India, China showing strong leadership against climate change: UN Environment Programme chiefUrging all parties to redouble their efforts, he said that UNEP would work with everyone willing to make a difference.
Mar 22, 2017
World Water Day: Learn to preserve every drop as two-thirds of humanity are haunted by its scarcityEvery year on 22 March, the day is celebrated across the world to spread awareness on the importance of water conservation and sustainable management of water resources in developing countries.
Nov 27, 2012
Melting permafrost a new peril in global warming: UNPermafrost lands across Siberia and Alaska that contain vast stores of carbon are beginning to thaw, bringing with it the threat of a big increase in global warming by 2100, a UN report said.
Nov 21, 2012
UN warns world governments of growing climate gapThe report by the UN Environment Programme said the concentration of heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is up about 20 percent since 2000.