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The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution

To celebrate International Women's Day, the United Nations and the European Commission screened: 'The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution' SYNOPSIS Restaurant kitchens are a pressurized stew of...

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Textile industry: how can we make it more sustainable?

Textiles are central to tackling the triple planetary crises of climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution.  "Each year, the textile sector is estimated to be...

UNRIC Info Point & Library Newsletter: May 2024

monthly issue of the UNRIC Info Point & Library Newsletter featuring new UN websites and publications

World Migratory Bird Day 2024: Protect Insects to Protect...

For the first time, the upcoming World Migratory Bird Day campaign in 2024 will focus on insects’ importance to migratory birds and highlight concerns...

World Press Freedom Day: Reporting on the environment, an...

In its new report "Press and Planet in Danger", published on 3 May to mark World Press Freedom Day, UNESCO reveals that 70% of environmental...

World Press Freedom Day 2024: Journalism in the face...

The climate and biodiversity crises have far-reaching effects, not only on the environment and ecosystems but also on billions of people around the world...

High-Level Preparatory Meeting for COP29: Petersberg Climate Dialogue 2024...

This year’s Petersberg Climate Dialogue (PCD) from 25-26 April 2024 held in Berlin, Germany focuses on the preparations for COP29 in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku...

The 33 European cities on track to achieve climate...

Ten European cities were the first to be awarded on 12 October 2023 the EU Mission label of “Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities”, which recognises...

2023, a year of climate contrasts in Europe

Europe witnessed a year of contrasting weather events in 2023, with heatwaves and wildfires alongside flooding and drought, according to the European State of...