Archives for posts with tag: EnvironmentallyFriendlyEconomicOpportunities

ECOLOGY-DIPLOMAT Blog Report: SHARKS & TURTLES TO ELEPHANTS & BIG CATS TO GET NEW PImageROTECTIONS, By Ambassador Mo
Elephants, polar bears, sharks & manta rays to medicinal plants & rare trees are among several species that will receive additional protection pursuant to UN backed treaty for the conservation of endangered species if new proposals are adopted at a world wildlife meeting March 2013.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/sharks-turtles-to-elephants-big-cats-to-get-new-protections/56681

Watch Film Report: “SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FOR ALL” IN AN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY
World economic growth as well as the environment are dependent upon sustainable energy. This week (September 24, 2012) the United Nations will host a high level conference as part of its initiative: “Sustainable Energy for All.” From economic growth in Asia to recovery from the world wide recession, energy is becoming the critical consideration.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/sustainale-energy-for-all-in-an-international-economy/31568Image

ECOLOGY-DIPLOMAT: PEACEKEEPING BECOMING MORE ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY – REDUCING THE UN’S ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT? By Ambassador Mo
Environmentally friendly economic opportunities is not part of job description of over 120,000 persons serving globally, but it increasingly may be part of Peacekeepers’ commitment. The “blue helmets” carry out demanding work in difficult situations where clean water, forests & other key resources are often already under pressure.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/peacekeeping-becoming-more-environmentally-friendly-reducing-the-uns-environmental-footprint/56404Image

PARTICIPATE AT ONLINE FORUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT for ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES, By Ambassador Mo
Take part in this Monday (September 24, 2012) meeting Special Ministerial Meeting at the United Nations via social media with the theme of “Building the Future We Want” hosted by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/participate-at-online-forum-on-sustainable-development/56372Image