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Climate and Development Agendas Are Inherently Linked

UNFCCC Chief Patricia Espinosa Speaking at the opening of the President of the General Assembly High-Level Event Climate Change and the Sustainable Development Agenda in New York on 23 March, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa said that the sustainable development and climate change agendas are inherently linked. “By looking at climate

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New partnership between FAO and UNFCCC climate body

Agreement will formalize collaboration to strengthen countries’ ability to craft agriculture strategies, meet pledges 21 March 2017, Rome-FAO and the world's leading climate-change authority signed an agreement today allowing both institutions to better serve countries around the world to adapt to and mitigate the impact of warmer global temperatures and

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Fighting Ocean Pollution and Climate Change Is a Two-Front War

Incoming COP23 President share: Speaking to Pacific island leaders and diplomats in Suva last week, the incoming President of the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn in November (COP23), Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama, said his most important goal was to preserve the multilateral consensus for decisive action on climate change that

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Climate Change and Biodiversity frameworks now require an accelerated implementation

5th annual Plenary session of the IPBES, Bonn, Germany Global body on biodiversity science-policy to address synergies with climate change Efforts to stem global temperature rise may have negative impacts on biodiversity Protecting biodiversity can contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation UN Climate secretariat commits to even closer collaboration

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The Science of the Earth Translated into Art

#Art4Climate Presents Siobhán McDonald’s Unique Work Creativity can’t wait. And Siobán McDonald couldn’t wait either to successfully obtain her master degree in Visual Arts Practice from the Institute of Art and Design in Dublin before exhibition halls were filled with her art.An Irish painter, Siobhán Mc Donald received numerous awards. However, something changed

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