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UN Warns of Toxic Air

United Nations human rights experts are calling for strong, urgent action by States to ensure that people around the world can enjoy the human right to live in environments free from contamination.

SOP newswire3UN Marks Wildlife Day - Protect the animals of the world.
SOP newswire3UN Warns of Toxic Air - United Nations human rights experts are calling for strong, urgent action by States to ensure that people around the world can enjoy the human right to live in environments free from contamination.
SOP newswire3UN: Microplastics in the Seas a Disaster - Launching an unprecedented global campaign, the United Nations Environment Programme is urging everyone to eliminate the use of microplastics.
SOP newswire3UN: Global Heat Melts Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice to Record Lows - It should be winter on the Arctic pole - the northern most point in the world - but the equivalent of heatwaves have passed over the region this season melting the sea ice volume to a record low in January, the United Nations meteorological agency said.
SOP newswire3UN Calls for Improved Water Access for Small Farmers - The head of the United Nations agricultural agency today urged the international community to promote more efficient use of water and to take steps to secure water access, especially for poor family farmers.
SOP newswire3UN: Climate Change Will Lead to Annual Coral Bleaching - If current trends continue and the world fails to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, nearly all of the world's coral reefs will suffer severe bleaching.
SOP newswire3Almost One in Seven Children Breathing Heavily Toxic Air - About 300 million children in the world are living in areas with outdoor air so toxic six or more times higher than international pollution guideline that it can cause serious health damage, including harming their developing brains, a new United Nations Children's Fund report has revealed.
SOP newswire3Ban Welcomes Steps by UN Maritime Agency to Limit Carbon Emissions from International Shipping - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki moon has welcomed the steps agreed upon today by the members of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to address greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping.
SOP newswire3UN Tackles Air Pollution - The UN has launched a global awareness campaign on the dangers of air pollution.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Hails China, US for Formally Joining Paris Climate Agreement - Visiting the southeastern city of Hangzhou in China, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has commended the leaders of that country and the United States for formally joining the Paris Agreement on climate change today.
SOP newswire3UN Marks "Day to Combat Desertification" - Nearly 800 million people are chronically undernourished as a direct consequence of land degradation, declining soil, fertility, unsustainable water use, drought and biodiversity loss.
SOP newswire3UN Marks 'World Environment Day' - Marking World Environment Day, which this year focuses on the illegal trade of wildlife, the United Nations Environment Programme is calling on everyone to go wild for life and take action to help safeguard species under threat for future generations.
SOP newswire3UN: World Heritage Sites at Risk From Climate Change - Some 31 natural and cultural World Heritage sites in 29 countries across the world are becoming increasingly vulnerable to the effects of climate change, a new report released by the United Nations has found.
SOP newswire3Ban Calls for Global Action on Climate Change - Small States like Seychelles have served as a magnifying lens for many issues that all nations must face, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told the National Assembly today, calling for the archipelago's continued support as the UN tackles three critical challenges: climate change, global sustainability and easing humanitarian suffering.
SOP newswire3 175 Countries Sign Paris Climate Accord - As 175 world leaders signed the Paris Agreement at United Nations Headquarters today, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the next critical step is to ensure that the landmark accord for global action on climate change enters into force as soon as possible.
SOP newswire3Ban Welcomes Joint China-US Pedge to Sign Paris Climate Accord - Ban Ki-moon has commended the joint presidential statement on climate change by China and the United States announcing that both countries will sign the Paris Agreement at a special ceremony at UN Headquarters on 22 April
SOP newswire3UN: Major Milestones Reached on Renewable Energy Investments - Coal and gas-fired electricity generation last year drew less than half the record investment made in solar, wind and other renewables capacity.
SOP newswire3Ban Welcomes Proposal for First Binding Limits on Airlines' Ccarbon Emissions - Welcoming a proposal by the United Nation's International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) on the first binding limits on carbon dioxide emissions from the aviation industry, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called today for further strengthening of emissions standards as quickly as possible.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Praises New Climate Change Agreement - Following the adoption of the new Paris Agreement on climate change, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said government representatives made history today.
SOP newswire3Ban: Climate Change Conference Going Well - Ban Ki-moon gave a favourable report card today to the early stages of the United Nations climate change conference.
SOP newswire3Ban Speaks at Climate Change Conference in Paris - Ban Ki-moon said a political moment like this may not come again.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Really, Really Cares About Climate Change - I want my grandchildren to enjoy the beauty and bounty of a healthy planet. And like any human being, it grieves me to see that floods, droughts and fires are getting worse, that island nations will disappear and uncounted species will become extinct, " he explained.
SOP newswire3Pope Francis Calls for Strong Climate Agreement - Pope Francis today called on world leaders to seal a strong agreement at the upcoming UN climate change conference.
SOP newswire3UN: Greenhouse Gas Concentrations Hit Yet Another Record - The WMO announced that the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere reached yet another new record high in 2014, continuing a relentless rise which is fuelling climate change.
SOP newswire3UN: Climate Change Knows No National Borders - Ban Ki-moon today warned that despite months of talks and critical pledges on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, key issues still remain in play.
SOP newswire3Lights Dimmed at Pentagon in October for Energy Action Month - The lights have been dimmed at the Pentagon for October as part of federal efforts to conserve resources for Energy Action Month.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Preaches Climate Change - Let us ensure that we protect our climate the way we have preserved the ozone layer.
SOP newswire3UN: Central America Faces Major Crop Losses Due to El Nino - This year`s cereal outputs in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua have been severely reduced because of the dry weather associated with the El Niño weather phenomenon, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization said today.
SOP newswire3UN Unveils Low-cost Device for Air Quality Monitoring - A ground-breaking air quality measuring device expected to cost up to 100 times less than existing solutions has the potential to revolutionize air quality measurement in developing countries.
SOP newswire3UN Ship Scours Indian Ocean for Plastic Waste - The United Nations is supporting a project aiming to chart the impact of plastic waste, including garbage like plastic bags, and "microplastics` used in products such as cosmetics and shower gels, in the Indian Ocean.
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