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Geothermal Energy is Future for Food Production?
Diplomat Artist Buzz on geothermal energy & possibilities to combat hunger, which continues to plague a large segment of the globe’s population, with or without conflict. Almost one billion of the globe’s citizens go to sleep hungry.
http://diplomatartist.com/geothermal-energy-is-future-for-food-production/

Ban Ki-moon meets Samoa Prime Minister during site visit to climate displaced community at 3rd International Small Islands Developing State Conference on Pacific Island of Samoa.
Stopping Climate Change is ‘About People’, about Survival, says UN Envoy
http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=48614#.VAZxXUiBEpx

Mother Earth Day

UNSG Ban Ki-moon said action on climate change presents opportunities to “reset our relationship” with Mother Earth & improve human well-being. Sustainable energy can increase health, wealth & opportunity for billions of people, as can climate-smart agriculture, more efficient cities, & better managed/ protected forests.

IKEA Sustainable Lighting Initiative Seeks to Brighten Lives of Refugees in UN Camps

IKEA Foundation’s CEO, Per Heggenes, said Brighter Lives for Refugees Campaign will help bring lights/renewable energy to streets & homes of refugee camps, build a better, more secure life for refugee children, families, & women.

ECOLOGY DIPLOMAT Blog Report: CITIES & SUSTAINABILITY? By, Ambassador Mo
Efficient use of energy, water & other resources, lowering pollution levels & reducing infrastructure costs in cities are part of the objectives in the Global Initiative for Resource-Efficient Cities  which was launched by  UN Environment Programme (UNEP) & partners ahead of start of high-level meeting of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20.)  –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/cities-sustainability/54405Image

Blog Report: AFRICA: A “GLOBAL ECONOMIC GROWTH POLE?” By, Ambassador Mo
“The challenge is to modernize the continent’s economies – including expanding industrial capacity – through the efficient use & consumption of domestic natural resources, thereby avoiding the mistakes made by early industrializers elsewhere,” according to UN Conference on Trade & Development (UCTAD) in releasing its Economic Development in Africa Report 2012. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/africa-a-global-economic-growth-pole/54276Image