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Joyce Msuya
Deputy Executive Director of . Join the conversation for people and planet.
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Joyce Msuya 7h
Moto unaoendelea kuteketeza misitu ya Amazon ni kielelezo tosha cha changamoto za mangira zinazoikumba dunia - za hali ya hewa, za bayoanuai na za uchafuzi wa hewa. Kauli kotoka
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Inger Andersen 9h
The ongoing fires in the Amazon rainforest are a harsh reminder of the environmental crises facing the world – of climate, of biodiversity and of pollution. My statement👇
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Joyce Msuya 11h
Divers find gulf of plastic corals in Greece's Aegean Sea via
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António Guterres Aug 22
I’m deeply concerned by the fires in the Amazon rainforest. In the midst of the global climate crisis, we cannot afford more damage to a major source of oxygen and biodiversity. The Amazon must be protected.
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Joyce Msuya Aug 22
"Once the oceans rise, they will not fall back."
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Joyce Msuya Aug 21
Honour to meet H.E. Park, Chun Kyoo Vice Minister of Environment of Republic of Korea. Our discussions focused on the upcoming Asia Pacific Forum that the Republic of Korea will host in 2020. Agreed on need for a strong call to increase regional collaboration on air quality.
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Green Climate Fund Aug 21
Leveraging the expertise of partners is crucial for transformative, scalable & sustainable projects. partners GCF ED & ’s Deputy ED discuss how projects should have impact across sectors.
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Joyce Msuya Aug 21
Wonderful to meet Simon Stiell, Grenada's Minister of Climate Resilience. As we gear up for the Secretary-General's Climate Action Summit, my thanks for your powerful voice on behalf of small island developing states.
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Amina J Mohammed Aug 20
Climate change will significantly impact youth & future generations if we don't take bold action NOW. Congratulations to the 100 young leaders awarded “green tickets” to attend the Youth Summit! Join them & .
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Joyce Msuya Aug 20
Getting familiar with your local recycling scheme is just one of the ways you can tackle climate change. with the and take daily .
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Joyce Msuya Aug 20
Thank you Minister Pereira Olmedo for your leadership on economic development and environment. It was splendid meeting you. Muchas gracias.
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Joyce Msuya Aug 19
An energy solution developed by Mani Yezid & Judith Djaonaiel of Burkina Faso🇧🇫 uses food waste to tackle desertification and pollution. Developments like this one can reduce the impact of indoor air pollution on the health of women especially.
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Joyce Msuya Aug 19
A pleasure to join a distinguished group of colleagues at the Global Programming meeting in Songdo. The message was clear. We can't wait for transformative action to avert .
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Joyce Msuya Aug 19
Wonderful to meet at the Global Programming meeting in Songdo, Korea. An ambitious and successful Green Climate Fund is vital to meet the scale and urgency required to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 celsius.
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Joyce Msuya Aug 18
Schools in South Africa have been designating students as “eco-warriors,” who have supported clean-up campaigns around their schools & have taken part in training on sustainable agriculture. ​​​​
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Inger Andersen Aug 16
We cannot ensure a life with dignity for all, if we cannot guarantee a healthy environment. Delighted to sign an agreement with to strengthen our collaboration with on environmental and human rights.
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Amina J Mohammed Aug 16
In for the Intergenerational Retreat on Leadership in . Young women are impatient for dialogue, mentoriship, access & positive change. They are tired of being referred to as leaders of tomorrow when their leadership started already.
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António Guterres Aug 16
This July was the hottest month ever recorded. The climate emergency is intensifying month by month, day by day. Every bit of warming matters. The only response is NOW.
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Joyce Msuya Aug 16
Deforestation in Côte d’Ivoire has brought a major drop in rainfall & other devastating alterations in local climatic conditions that threaten the culture of cocoa, its main agricultural commodity. Agroforestry is a promising solution.
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António Guterres Aug 15
The climate crisis does not only threaten the future of far-away places. It threatens our entire planet. All of us have the power to respond to the climate emergency by taking urgent .
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