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United Nations Jun 16
Every year, the world loses 24 billion tons of fertile soil. With sustainable land management, 2+ billion ha of degraded land can be restored back to health. More on Monday's World Day to Combat Desertification:
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António Guterres Jun 17
Desertification, land degradation and drought are major threats affecting millions of people worldwide. Protecting & restoring land can reduce forced migration, spur economic growth and help address the global climate emergency.
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Israel ישראל Jun 17
🇮🇱 is the only country in the 🌏 where the desert is receding, and was recognized by the UN as an expert in combating . Land has true value, Israel is investing in it, for the benefit of all, for a better, greener world.
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WMO | OMM Jun 17
Today is World Day to combat desertification. WMO is committed to action against sand and dust storms, which are linked to drought and desertification. Northern Africa, Middle East and Europe, Arabian Peninsula are among the areas worst affected. ARABIC video version
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United Nations Jun 17
Land matters for climate, food, water, livelihoods, health & more. Protecting our land is everyone's business on Monday's World Day to Combat Desertification & every day.
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FAO Jun 16
Did you know 1/3 of all global soils are already degraded and yet, we need 1000 years to grow 2-3cm of top soil? The we see today are all there is! We need to preserve this precious resource!
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Govt of Pakistan Jun 17
World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought is observed every year on 17th of June. The day is a unique moment to remind everyone that land degradation neutrality is achievable through problem-solving, strong community involvement and co-operation at all levels.
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Ashok Gehlot Jun 16
Planting trees and expanding green cover can help combating desertification and drought. On World Day to Combat and let us motivate all and create awareness to protect nature. “Let’s grow the future together!”
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WMO | OMM Jun 17
Today is the World Day to combat desertification. “There are undeniable interlinkages between extreme weather-related disasters, drought, desertification, air pollution, sand movement, and dust storms,” according to a new resolution.
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UN Climate Change Jun 24
🌳 ceremony to commemorate 25 years of the convention!
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🇳🇬 'Seyifunmi Adebote 🇳🇬 Jun 17
Trees & Forests are very vital, often underplayed, component of our environment. Annually, loses about 351,000 hectares to desertification. In 2017, embarked on Green Recovery Nigeria to reclaim, rehabilitate & restore 25% of degraded forest cover.
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UN Women Jun 17
Today is the World Day to Combat Desertification & Drought 🍃🍃🍃 Take action to reduce destructive human activities and climatic variations that are causing the decay of land:
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IPBES Jun 14
, and are all connected. A systems approach which includes land use and protecting is necessary to combat climate change and .
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Elise Mason Jun 17
World Day to Combat and Every year, the world loses 24 billion tons of fertile . Desertification, land degradation and drought are major threats affecting millions of people worldwide, particularly and children.
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FAO Knowledge Jun 19
Soil erosion affects soil health and productivity which decreases 📉 the quantity and quality of the food we eat. 🍏🍅🥕 We need to to ensure a secure !
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UN Development Jun 17
Here are 7 reasons to prevent land . To protect , in 2018 alone, 27M ppl—the majority farmers, learned to farm for w/ our help. See results:
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United Nations Jun 17
Happy birthday, ! For 25 years, the UN Convention to Combat Desertification has been protecting our land, biodiversity and climate.
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Tired Earth Jun 17
June 17th, 2019 is World Day to Combat Desertification & it is themed "Let's grow the future together". By 2045 some 135 million may be displaced as a result of .
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Friends of the Earth Jul 18
Replying to @UNCCD
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UNCCD Jul 18
Happy where do you volunteer today? On the the GEMS United Indian School launched a tree planting initiative at Al Dahra Agriculture, Al Faya, UAE. Comment below, how you helped today to
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