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  1. RNSF Newsletter 9

    Dear Members of the IESF Group, We are glad to wish you a happy new year and to announce you the publication of the first newsletter of 2018! In this issue, we focus on the RNSF regional workshop in Lima on the organization of informal workers. It also includes good practices on advocacy methods...
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  2. Solar Power Leader Barbados to Host World Environment Day 2014

    Bridgetown, Barbados, 9 May 2014 - Barbados, a Caribbean island at the cutting edge of the fight against climate change, will host this year's World Environment Day (WED) global celebrations on 5 June 2014, according to a joint announcement made today by the government of Barbados and the United...
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  3. Sea-Level Rise in Small Island Nations - Up to Four Times the Global Average - to Cost US$ Trillions in Annual Economic Loss and Impede Future Development: Shif

    Global Net Loss of Coral Reef Cover - Worth US$11.9 Trillion - to Severely Compound Vulnerability of SIDS Halving Fossil Fuel Dependence by 2035 a Must and SIDS Electricity Prices Soar 500 per cent Higher than US Bridgetown, 5 June 2014 – Climate change-induced sea-level rise in the world's 52...
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  4. The Inception Seminar“Management of the Project Cycle and Monitoring of Project Implementation” is about to start!

    The Inception Seminar “Management of the Project Cycle and Monitoring of Project Implementation” is about to start! More than 100 organizations, beneficiary of recent calls for proposal (131140, 131141, 131142 and 131143) under the "Non-State Actors and Local Authorities in Development" Thematic...
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  5. Oxford Forum for Sustainable Cities to be held 17-21 December 2015 at Balliol College, Oxford

    Oxford Forum for Sustainable Cities Oxford Forum for Sustainable Cities, 17-21 December 2015 will be held at Balliol College, Oxford. http://environmenteurope.org/education/6 This forum will explore the state of the art and policy applications in sustainable urban development, drawing on the...
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  6. Protecting What Protects Us: A Network of Conservation Areas in the Amazon

    Nairobi, 21 October 2016: It is the largest tropical forest in the world, a land of myths and magic. The Amazon provides ecological services not only to the 33 million people who live there, but to the rest of the planet. This vast region suffers the effects of pollution and climate change. Despite...
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