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UN: Adopt less meat-intensive diet to save Earth’s depleting resources

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UNEA adopts India's resolutions on single-use plastic, sustainable nitrogen management

The United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) has adopted two resolutions piloted by India on single-use plastics and sustainable nitrogen management.

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'No Planet B': Global youth demo for climate kicks off

Classrooms in capitals from Lagos to London were expected to be empty, as the ambitious organisers of the global student strike hoped to stage 1,000 demos in more than 100 countries. 58 more words

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Freshwater pollution will be prime cause of death by 2050, warns UN environment report

The report – sixth edition of ‘Global Environment Outlook’ – informs that if environment protections are not scaled up drastically, cities in Asia, the Middle East and Africa could see millions of premature deaths by 2050… 22 more words

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Environment damage behind one in four global deaths, disease: UN

Deadly smog-including emissions, chemicals polluting drinking water, and the accelerating destruction of ecosystems crucial to the livelihoods of billions of people are driving a worldwide epidemic that hampers the global economy, it warned. 22 more words

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Air pollution killing more people than smoking, say scientists

Air pollution is killing more people every year than smoking, according to research published on Tuesday that called for urgent action to stop burning fossil fuels. 43 more words

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Use of natural resources tripled since 1970: UN Environment Report

From 1970 to 2017, the annual global extraction of materials grew from 27 billion tonnes to 92 billion tonnes, tripling in that time and continuing to grow. 23 more words

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