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  1. European Union and United Nations work together to improve lives in more than 170 countries

    Partnership between the European Union and the United Nations has benefited millions of people in more than 170 countries across the globe, according to the latest report showcasing the results and strength of the collaboration between the United Nations and the European Union. From the Millennium...
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  2. Early warning as a human right: building resilience to climate-related hazards

    [ibimage==49200==large== http://apps.unep.org/publications/index.php?option=com_pub&task=download... Early warning systems (EWS) can improve resilience of households to climate related hazards,...
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  3. New Mountain Adaptation Outlooks launched at COP 21: UN and partners call for immediate measures to strengthen climate adaptation efforts in mountain regions

    Paris, 11 December 2015 (International Mountain Day) – By promoting policies in favour of ecosystem-based adaptation in mountain regions, countries could build resilience and reduce the vulnerability of communities living in these high-altitude areas as well as that of millions of others living...
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  4. Climate Change Conference Paris - Conference of the Parties (CoP21); List of relevant (non-exhaustive) reference material

    Recommended Reading Why we depend on healthy ecosystems - Interview of Thierry Lucas from UNEP ahead of COP21 . Lin k to the interview: http://bit.ly/1IIX3x6 A Sting Exclusive: Paris Climate Change Summit, a defining moment for humanity , by Ulf Björnholm Head of UNEP Liaison Office to the EU,...
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  5. Angola, Seeking to Rebuild Elephant Populations, Named as Global Host of World Environment Day 2016

    Paris, 10 December 2015 – Angola, which is seeking to conserve its biodiversity-rich wildlife and rebuild its elephant population, is to host the 2016 World Environment Day (WED) celebrations, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Angolan government announced today at the COP21...
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