The way the world grows its food will have to change radically to better serve the poor and hungry if the world is to cope with a growing population and climate change while avoiding social breakdown and environmental collapse. That is the message from the report of the International Assessment of Agricultural Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD) that was released today, 15 April 2008. The graphics featured in this report were prepared by GRID-Arendal.
Tuesday 15 Apr 2008
Successful workshop on maps and charts, held in Pretoria March 17-19 at the Department of Environment and Tourism
Thursday 03 Apr 2008
Berlin/Nairobi, 7 March 2008 – UNEP launches Green Passport campaign at Berlin Tourism Fair
Friday 07 Mar 2008
'In Dead Water' report: Climate change is emerging as the latest threat to the world’s dwindling fish.
Friday 22 Feb 2008
Monaco/Nairobi, 21 February 2008—Four countries, four cities and five corporations have become the pioneering founders of a bold new initiative to address climate change and the urgent need to de-carbonize the global economy.
Thursday 21 Feb 2008
20-22 February 2008 Principality of Monaco
Thursday 14 Feb 2008
Creating a pilot infrastructure for river basin management for the shared river basin with Moldova and Ukraine
Friday 08 Feb 2008
Presenting environment and human development issues in the area, as defined in the WWF action plan for the Caucasus ecoregion.
Tuesday 05 Feb 2008