Climate change, disaster risk reduction & desertification
Environment and ecosystem management are key to ensuring urban and rural development and progress towards the achievement of the MDGs. Poor communities directly depend on natural resources for their livelihood and are the most vulnerable to a degraded environment, natural disasters and are the first to suffer from polluted air, water and soil. Sound natural resource use is at the core of effective strategies to strengthen resilience to climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The report "Resource Efficiency: Potential and Economic Implications" issued by UN Environment International Resource Panel, was commissioned in 2015 by the Group of Seven (G7) countries and released in Berlin at a workshop on resource efficiency for the Group of Twenty (G20) c
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The Environment and Climate Change Facilities support DEVCO units C2 and C6 in their missions to promote and implement the environmental dimension of the new sustainable development agenda, across the 17 SDGs.
Revolve Media has the great pleasure to invite you to its first Value of Wood Forum, hosted by S&D MEP Paul Brannen, so mark your calendars f
On 28 March 2017, our Member EuroNatur Foundation will launch the ‘Sava White Book: The Sava River Basin – its ecological character, main threats and restoration potential’ during an event hosted by Igor Šoltes, MEP, The Greens/EFA and Ivan Jakovčić,
A new toolkit from the Raising Risk Awareness project aims to help journalists and communicators report on the linkages between climate change and extreme weather events.
A relentless downpour pounded Tamil Nadu’s capital city of Chennai on 1 December 2015, flooding and submerging one of India’s largest cities.
On Thursday 19 May 2016, India experienced an all-time record high temperature for any calendar day. The high temperature reached 51°C in the city of Phalodi in the Jodhpur district of the state of Rajasthan. By some accounts it was the third-highest temperature ever documented globally.
The Programming phase is crucial for environment and climate change integration because key decisions concerning the overall co-operation process that are made at this stage can be more difficult to adjust in later phases.