United Nations environment chief, Achim Steiner, met Angolan officials on Sunday to celebrate World Environment Day 2016 and address environmental challenges in the southern African nation
The European Investment Bank and the International Fund for Agricultural Development have signed an agreement to reinforce and expand cooperation between the two organisations
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As countries become increasingly dependent on world trade, with 40 per cent of resources extracted and used worldwide linked directly or indirectly to trade, new policies are needed to address adverse environmental impacts, according to a new report.
A new report calls for local authorities and others involved in planning, decision-making and infrastructure investment to work together to adapt to long-term sea level rise and climate change. The report demonstrates that by taking the right approach, ad
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Ukraine have signed a Declaration of Intent to start a new initiative in the field of financing projects in the agri-food sector, to help the country benefit from the opportunities offered by the Deep and Comprehens
MMD (Shipping Services) Ltd responsible for handling 95 per cent of the UK’s bananas is now being powered by clean energy
Liberia, Malawi, Niger, Nigeria, Tanzania and the United States confirmed last week their intention to join the Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture (GACSA).
The Middle East is on the eve of an energy transition that will affect all walks of life. Arab countries can no longer depend solely on hydrocarbons. In the long run, they will have to shift to more sustainable resources like solar or wind power.
New Holland Agriculture announced its support of the Sustainable Innovation Forum as Gold Sponsor and its participation in one of the event’s three plenary panel sessions.
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