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Erik Solheim
Head of UN Environment. Let's join hands for planet & people. Together we can change the world! Follow to join the environmental conversation.
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Dia Mirza 21m
There is ‘Hope For A Healthy Planet’ and healthy people because of young Champions of Earth like ! We can all be the change by seeking and participating in solutions.
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UN Environment 3h
We’ll be LIVE soon from the Summit with & Miranda Wang of , talking about the power of youth in the push for and the fight to . Join us! 👇
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Mashable 2h
., and are discussing climate activism and what we can do to change our earth
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The DHS Program 2h
“We can use our voice and line of work to make a difference and spread that understand.” UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador, Dia Mirza and Executive Director of the UN Environment, Erik Solheim, discuss hope for a healthy planet.
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Erik Solheim 8h
We congratulate leaders of North and South Korea for their commitment to building lasting peace on the Korean peninsula. is ready to support this important effort to protect the environment and sustainable development in the region.
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Erik Solheim 9h
Interesting new study: wind and solar are now preferred energy sources.
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UN Environment Sep 22
that there are fewer than 80 Sumatran Rhinos left in the world?🦏 Rhinos are architects of ecosystems, balancing forests and grasslands, and in turn enabling many other species to thrive🌱
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Erik Solheim Sep 22
Deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Edna Edith Bomo Molewa, Minister for Water and Environmental Affairs in South Africa. In her passing the world has lost a champion of social justice and the environment! Our condolences to her family, friends and country.
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Erik Solheim Sep 21
Met with Andrew Wheeler, Acting Administrator, US Environmental Protection Agency. We identified waste management, marine litter as areas for important cooperation between & in the future!
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Erik Solheim Sep 21
California has a new policy to make the state’s electricity grid 100 percent carbon free by 2045 — using wind, solar, geothermal and hydropower!
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Erik Solheim Sep 21
Good to meet , Minister of Environment for Italy at the G7 in Halifax. Spoke extensively about the country's efforts to engage with fishermen to beat plastic pollution in our seas. Great idea!
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The ICCF Group Sep 21
Pleased to host Executive Director for Congressional Staff Briefing today to discuss global conservation challenges, including
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Erik Solheim Sep 21
What can be recycled and what can't?
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Erik Solheim Sep 21
New research finds that a vast area of Antarctica retreated when Earth’s temperatures weren’t much warmer than they are now.
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Erik Solheim Sep 20
New research suggests Europe must stop selling new petrol, diesel and conventional hybrid cars by 2028 to stand a better chance of honouring the Paris Agreement’s most ambitious target!
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Sep 20
Wonderful hearing from ’s this morning. He spoke to my colleagues and I about the rising importance of beating plastic pollution, and that what we do now impacts humans, animals, and the environment for generations.
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Erik Solheim Sep 20
Indonesia freezes new oil palm licenses for three years!
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Erik Solheim Sep 20
Climate action begins at home. So true! IKEA spoke to 14,000 customers in 14 countries to understand how people think about climate change.
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Erik Solheim Sep 20
Africa cannot develop without protecting the environment.
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Erik Solheim Sep 19
An interesting read on how far climate science has come. A landmark study has put numbers to just how much worse climate change had made Hurricane Florence.
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