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Environment

News / 24th March 2023

Amid a lack of global cooperation, the world is far off-track in achieving universal access to clean drinking water by 2030, according to a United Nations report released as officials marked World Water Day.

News / 24th March 2023

人類は、気候変動による将来の最悪の被害を防ぐ最後のチャンスに近付きつつある、と国連の科学者のトップパネルが報告しています。

News / 21st March 2023

Humanity still has a chance, close to the last one, to prevent the worst of climate change’s future harms, a top United Nations panel of scientists report.

Article / 16th March 2023

アフリカ政府の4分の3がすでに農業予算を削減している一方で、武器にはほぼ2倍の金額を支払っているというデータは衝撃的です。

Article / 16th March 2023

The data is shocking: three-quarters of African Governments have already reduced their agricultural budgets while paying almost double that on arms.

Article / 13th March 2023

While campaigners hail a triumph of multilateralism, the new UN treaty has far from declared the high seas to be the 'Common Heritage of Mankind' and it has yet to agree any mechanisms for sharing ocean resources, explains Binoy Kampmark.

News / 6th March 2023

After 15 years of disagreement, failures and stalled formal and informal talks, there is finally a UN high seas treaty that will help to protect vast swathes of the planet's oceans.

Article / 22nd February 2023

Scholars and activists are developing a new political vision for managing the world economy that is reminiscent of the UN Declaration on a New International Economic Order, now 50 years old. 

Blog / 21st December 2022

A lack of financial resources was a major sticking point at the talks, as well as vague commitments on reducing consumption and production. Report by Catherine Early for The Ecologist.

Article / 9th December 2022

At this time of year, it is easy to forget the reality of the critical world situation as we partake in frantic overconsumption and festivities. But what is the real meaning of Christmas in the midst of environmental destruction, growing levels of poverty and escalating global tensions?