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Experts discuss pollution and biodiversity issues that impact the Caribbean Sea
Over 60 scientific and technical experts from the Wider Caribbean Region (WCR), representing governments, research Institutions, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, and the private sector, will meet in Miami, Florida from October 31 to November 4  to discuss... More

Regional governments and experts to meet in Brasilia to discuss ways to adopt an integrated approach to sustainable development
Government, international cooperation organizations, civil society and private sector representatives will meet in Brasilia, Brazil, on October 4-5 to share experiences on adopting an integrated approach to sustainable development.... More

More than 190 Governments prepare to take tough decisions to stop biodiversity decline worldwide
Cancún, 1 December 2016 - At a critical meeting opening tomorrow, the United Nations will call on decision makers from more than 190 countries to step up efforts to halt the loss of biodiversity and protect the ecosystems...More
Marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
When we turn on the tap, there is water. When we turn on the cook stove, there is fire. Such conveniences should not be taken for granted. For people living in rural areas providing water and energy for their basic needs is... More
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