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Solheim blir ny sjef for FNs miljøprogram
Nyheten om at Norges tidligere miljø- og utviklingsminister blir leder for FNs miljøprogram (UNEP), kommer på et meget viktig tidspunkt i følge GRID-Arendals administrerende direktør, Peter Harris.
Wednesday 04 May 2016
Solheim appointment to UNEP continues “legacy of support” to UN
The announcement that Norway’s former environment minister as new head of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) comes at an important moment, according to Peter Harris, Managing Director of GRID-Arendal.
Tuesday 03 May 2016
Climate change in the Tropical Andes needs regional action
Lima, Peru 28 April 2016 – A new report recommends that adapting to climate change in the Tropical Andes requires a regional strategy that must include the knowledge of Indigenous Peoples and women.
Thursday 28 Apr 2016
Personal reflections from a visit to Guinea Bissau
Kari Synnøve Johansen recently travelled to Guinea Bissau to help run a regional workshop on linking marine ecosystem services and development planning.
Sunday 10 Apr 2016
“Just signing agreements not enough” - World gathers in Nairobi next month to take action on environment
Last year saw the adoption of two groundbreaking environmental agreements on sustainable development and climate change.
Thursday 07 Apr 2016
Telling a Story (Map): Indigenous Peoples and the Arctic Council
Showing human experience in maps has always been a cartographic challenge. Mainly because it is so complex that it calls for simplification, especially when displaying the story of not one but millions of individuals.
Sunday 03 Apr 2016
Africa's “Blue Economy” key to a sustainable future: New policy handbook shows the way
Africa’s vast lakes and ocean resources are key to the future wealth and sustainable development of the continent – if properly used.
Sunday 03 Apr 2016
Sprinting to Finish Gender and Environment Report
How can gender issues be brought to the heart of environmental assessment and decision-making?
Tuesday 08 Mar 2016
Visualizing Future Challenges In The Arctic
All over the Arctic indigenous peoples are feeling the effects of human-induced changes to their livelihoods.
Friday 26 Feb 2016
[It shouldn’t] rain at Arctic Frontiers
It’s not supposed to rain 350 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle. In January. But the first day of this year’s Arctic Frontiers Conference was greeted by grey skies and showers. The snow – and howling wind – came at the end of the week.
Saturday 13 Feb 2016
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