A ground-breaking global convention on mercury today goes into effect, the United Nations environment wing said, protecting millions of children and infants from possible neurological and health da
Nearly 40 million people in India will be at risk from the rise in sea-level by 2050, the government today said.
Institutional bottlenecks, funding challenges, disenchantment by affected communities and political interference, among others, may stall the implementation of the Ogoni Cleanup Project, which was
The Cape Three Points Forest Reserve in the Ahanta West District in the Western Region, considered to be a Globally Significant Biodiversity Area (GSBA), is now under serious threat.
The Ogoni leaders have expressed displeasure over the inability of some stakeholders to contribute their own quota of the $1 billion cleanup deal, a situation, which according to them, was also del
LONDON – A broad gathering of key players in the environmental sector came together last week in London for an international conference on illegal logging.
As some 1.4 million people in Europe and Central Asia die prematurely each year from polluted environments, United Nations agency heads at high-level meeting call for regional leaders to scale up a
African Climate change activists urged their governments on Saturday to kick-start the process of designing an African Rule Book for the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
Port Harcourt — The United Nations has called on people of Ogoni impacted by environmental degradation to be patient while the clean-up recommended by the global body takes off.
As the international community focuses this week on preserving the health of global oceans and seas, the United Nations agencies on agriculture, environment and trade are committing to the sustaina
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