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Veer Foundation Aug 16
RT UNDP "RT theGEF: 86% of UNDP’s portfolio of theGEF funded projects are working on closing gaps; women’s economic empowerment; and fostering gender responsive policies for better environmental outcomes. Read to learn more about … "
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World Bank Aug 11
are worth 76 times more alive than dead. This is why and other partners of the are working to stop poaching and secure protected areas in and beyond. Read
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World Bank Jun 30
Sustainable land use and responsible resource extraction in is beginning to form a powerful “bioeconomy” that is good for both business and the planet. Read
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WBG Environment Aug 24
In countries like , nature-based tourism can help preserve wildlife by providing communities near conservation areas with sustainable livelihoods. For this to happen, new investments and strong partnerships are needed. More on
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World Bank Transport Aug 23
Public-Private Partnerships or have been instrumental in building transportation, energy, telecommunications, and other infrastructure throughout the world. Now is the time to use this successful model in the sector. Read more on
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Connect4Climate Dec 23
Sustainable food systems could generate 80mn jobs and $2.3tn in productive growth by 2030. One of ’s new Impact Programs focuses on transforming food & land systems with a holistic, system-wide approach
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GEF Nov 11
. Sustainable Forest Management Impact Program shifts focus from individual projects to addressing the long-term health of 3 high priority biomes: the Amazon, the Congo Basin & important dryland landscapes
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Comparatively for TZ Elites Community Organizers Sep 10
With funding & support, a school is being built in to educate women as future leaders in green energy. There is a lot of exciting work ahead on gender equality all over the world. Read :
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GEF Nov 15
Saving biodiversity with new ways of production and consumption will help our economies, livelihoods and health, says . Read her piece for :
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GEF Jul 6
In his story for describes ’s new strategy to ensure the people and wildlife in the basin remain protected. The key is responding to immediate threats & addressing future challenges
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Connect4Climate Mar 15
The tropical peatland of stores the equivalent of 3 yrs worth of the world’s total fossil fuel emissions. works to protect the landscape to prevent the carbon from being released into the atmosphere
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GEF Nov 14
Unstructured land use in increases pollution but urban areas can also offer opportunities to cut emissions. ’s new Sustainable Cities Impact Program is helping countries with greener urban planning:
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