European Parliament Passes Single-use Plastic Ban
Catherine Benson Wahlén The European Parliament has approved a law to ban single-use plastic by 2021 in the EU. TheRead more.
‘Tragic Showcase’ of How Climate Change Could Affect World’s Poorest
CNN Upside down” are the only words Manush Albert Alben has to describe life after the powerful Cyclone Idai. NearlyRead more.
On International Day, FAO Announces Two Forest Education Initiatives
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) has announced two forestry education initiatives on the 2019 International DayRead more.
Interim SAICM Report Highlights Basic Elements of Orientation and Guidance on Chemicals and Waste
The Secretariat of the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (SAICM) has released an interim report outlining progress in theRead more.
BAPA+40 Hails Potential of South-South Cooperation, Calls for More Support
SDG Hub Heads of state and government and high-level representatives of the UN system and international organizations discussed the challengesRead more.
If People aren’t Responding to Climate Warnings, We Need to Change the Message
Top decision-makers place extreme weather events and the failure of policies to address climate change as the top two high-probability,Read more.
Green Money without Inflation
Paul De Grauwe To what extent can the money created by the central bank be used to finance investments inRead more.
The World Bank’s Land and Poverty Conference: 20 Years On
Land and Poverty Conference 2019: Catalyzing Innovation Klaus Deininger In 1999, when a few enthusiasts agreed to meet annually inRead more.