Nations Seal a Deal on Climate Change at UN Talks
Copenhagen, 19 December 2009 -- After a marathon all night session, talks aimed at injecting new and more wide-ranging momentum into the international effort to combat climate change ended with a positive outcome.
Saturday 19 Dec 2009
Greenhouse Gas Inventory Achieved—Challenge Now To Cut Back Emissions
Copenhagen, 15 December 09 – After one of the most wide-ranging and painstaking exercises ever undertaken across the United Nations system, the organization today announced its greenhouse gas footprint as part of a first step to manage these emissions down.
Tuesday 15 Dec 2009
The view from space showing the impact of global warming in a European Atlas of Environmental Change and Climate Communities
Copenhagen 13 December - The rapidly changing environment of parts of Europe is chronicled in a new atlas of change, launched today by the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP). The significance of global warming and its alterations in Europe’s climate and economy are vividly depicted via ‘before-and-after’ satellite imagery. At the same time, the Atlas provides an important opportunity to show some positive environmental changes thanks to community initiatives on the ground, emphasising the importance of local action to combat climate change.
Sunday 13 Dec 2009
Too Much or Too Little Water in the Himalayas
Copenhagen, Nairobi, Kathmandu, 11 December 2009 – Hundreds of millions of people in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region and in the river basins downstream are being forced to adapt to a new reality: climate change.
Friday 11 Dec 2009