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UN urges action to improve air quality in Asia-Pacific region

23 June, 2013

New York, June 22 (RDI IBNS): With smog levels hitting all time highs in cities across the Asia-Pacific region, a senior United Nations official there is calling on Governments to do more, with greater urgency, to tackle the myriad challenges associated with worsening air quality.
UN seeks development by natural resources

21 June, 2013

New York, June 20 (RDI IBNS): Governments bear the primary responsibility to ensure that natural resources do not fuel conflict by ensuring that land and mineral wealth are managed wisely, transparently and yield benefits for the people, senior United Nations officials stressed Wednesday in the Security Council.
Yamuna water level rises in Delhi

21 June, 2013

New Delhi, June 20 (RDI IBNS) The water level of the Yamuna river in New Delhi on Thursday rose to touch the 207.25 metres mark, said reports.
Droughts, floods wake-up call for India: Greenpeace

20 June, 2013

New Delhi, June 19 (RDI IBNS): A World Bank commissioned report '4 Turn Down the Heat' highlights the fact that global warming can have a catastrophic effect on monsoon patterns in South Asia.
UN urges global action to increase response to drought

19 June, 2013

New York, June 18 (RDI IBNS) Countries must work collectively to build resilience and prepare themselves against drought, United Nations officials stressed Monday, highlighting the extensive costs of this global threat.
UN progresses towards new climate change pact

16 June, 2013

New York, June 15 (RDI IBNS) The United Nations climate change body said it has made concrete progress towards a new universal agreement on climate change during its latest round of talks which wrapped up on Friday in Germany.
LDCs seek climate aid clarity from rich nations

16 June, 2013

Bonn, June 14 (RDI IBNS): The world's least developed countries on Thursday called upon the industrialised nations to provide detailed information about the finance they are willing to provide to help the vulnerable adapt to climate change.
LDCs seek climate aid clarity from rich nations

15 June, 2013

Bonn, June 14 (RDI IBNS): The world's least developed countries on Thursday called upon the industrialised nations to provide detailed information about the finance they are willing to provide to help the vulnerable adapt to climate change.
Warm ocean melting Antarctic ice shelves

15 June, 2013

Pasadena, Calif., June 14 (RDI IBNS) Ocean waters melting the undersides of Antarctic ice shelves are responsible for most of the continent's ice shelf mass loss, a new study by NASA and university researchers has found.
Ban seeks youth's support for action against climate change

15 June, 2013

New York, June 14 (RDI IBNS): United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Thursday issued a call to action for the world’s youth to tackle climate threats, stressing that young people are “agents of change” that bring fresh and innovative ideas to address “this most pressing issue.”
Greenpeace seeks delay in BRAI Bill

12 June, 2013

New Delhi, June 11 (RDI IBNS) Environmental organization Greenpeace on Tuesday wrote to Dr. T Subbarami Reddy, Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee for Science and Technology, Environment and Forests, urging him to increase the time limit for public consultations for the BRAI Bill from 30 days to at least 90 days.
On World Oceans Day, UN urges action against marine degradation

12 June, 2013

New York, June 11 (RDI IBNS): In observance of World Oceans Day, a senior United Nations official called on the international community to act in a concerted and coordinated manner to halt and reverse the damage to the planet’s open waters caused by human activity.
UN body urges efforts to check global warming

12 June, 2013

New York, June 11 (RDI IBNS): With United Nations-backed climate talks underway in Germany, the UN climate change body Monday reiterated that international efforts to mitigate the phenomenon are insufficient to meet the goal of keeping global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
UN welcomes US, China agreement to target greenhouse gas

11 June, 2013

New York, June 10 (RDI IBNS) The head of the United Nations environment agency welcomed Sunday the decision by China and the United States – two of the planet's biggest greenhouse gas emitters - to cooperate on phasing down production of a group of synthetic chemicals in order to combat climate change.
On World Oceans Day, Ban seeks protection of marine environment

11 June, 2013

New York, June 9 (RDI IBNS): Marking World Oceans Day, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged the international community to do more to reverse degradation of the marine environment, which influences virtually all aspects of life on the planet.
Ban hails science’s role in combating climate change

09 June, 2013

New York, June 8 (RDI IBNS): The scientific community plays a key role in finding new ways to combat climate change, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Friday, stressing that governments must use scientific data to mobilize resources and take action against this global threat.
Greenpeace crop circles appear across India

08 June, 2013

New Delhi, June 7 (RDI IBNS) Environmental organization Greenpeace sent out a strong message on Friday, saying "No to GM, Yes to food safety" by creating a giant crop circle in Najafgarh, near Delhi.
American Consulate hosts session on Green Building

06 June, 2013

Kolkata, June 5 (RDI IBNS): An interactive session on 'Green Building - Impact on Our Community' was held in the American Consulate in here on Wednesday to celebrate the World Environment Day.
Assam to plant 3.2 lakh tree saplings

06 June, 2013

Guwahati, Jun 5 (RDI IBNS): Assam Forest Minister Rockybul Hussain on Wednesday declared that 3,20,000 tree saplings will be planted in 18,500 hectares during the year 2013-14 across the state.
Water of life

06 June, 2013

Water shortage is going to be the next big issue internationally, experts predict. Practical solutions like rationing water by people in a Rajashtan village show how a little thought and initiative can tackle the problem. Rekha Pal reports

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