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Celebrating World Environment Day 2024: Honoring Our Planet’s Biomes

June 5, World Environment Day 2024 On this World Environment Day, we celebrate and commit to protecting the incredible diversity of life on our planet. Each biome plays a crucial role in maintaining Earth’s ecological balance and sustaining life. This year, we are digging deep into land restoration, desertification, and drought resilience under the UN […]

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Join the Global Movement World Environment Day 2024 - Green Initiative UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

Join the Global Movement: World Environment Day 2024

World Environment Day, celebrated annually on June 5, is the largest global platform for environmental public outreach. With hundreds of millions of participants worldwide, this day is a testament to the power of collective action in tackling the most pressing ecological challenges of our time. This year, the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, Green Initiative

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COP28 ended with an agreement: Carbon Calamity - The question now is about the speed & scale of implementation

COP28 ended with an agreement: Carbon Calamity – The question now is about the speed & scale of implementation

The urgency to address climate change has never been more evident, as highlighted by the recent conclusion of COP28. Amidst the agreements and discussions, the pivotal question is not just about what needs to be done but how swiftly and effectively these measures can be implemented. Science unequivocally emphasizes the necessity for a dual approach:

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Restoring Mountain Ecosystems Lessons, Success, and Future Endeavors - Green Initiative Forest Friends

Restoring Mountain Ecosystems: Lessons, Success, and Future Endeavors

Often seen as majestic landscapes, mountains are crucial yet undervalued in our world’s ecological balance. As we commemorate International Mountain Day, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) have unveiled a groundbreaking report. This collaborative publication stands as a beacon, shedding light on the often-neglected realm of mountain ecosystems

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MACHU PICCHU THE WORLD’S FIRST CARBON NEUTRAL CERTIFIED TOURIST DESTINATION

MACHU PICCHU: THE WORLD’S FIRST CARBON NEUTRAL CERTIFIED TOURIST DESTINATION

The climate emergency, declared by the United Nations in 2019, and which is increasingly evident, is not a natural phenomenon, but the result of some – relatively few – decades of excesses in the emission of greenhouse gases, which today they accumulate in the atmosphere and alter the balance of the climate on our planet.

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