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The United Nations Environment Programme recently named seven dynamic Environmentalists as its Young Champions of the Earth. Prize winners The following seven people won the UNEP 2020 Young Championships of the Earth Award Nzambi Matee of Kenya. He is a material engineer and is receiving the award for producing low-cost construction materials from recycled plastic ..
On December 12, 2020, the Paris Climate Agreement completed its fifth anniversary. Paris Agreement aims to limit the increase in global warming temperatures well below two degrees Celsius, a target the world is yet to achieve. To commemorate the occasion, the United Kingdom had called for a Global Climate Summit. It is also called International ..
The Wildlife Institute of India recently released a survey on the Ganges river. According to the survey, 49% of the river is high on biodiversity. These are results of phase I of the survey. The second survey is to be conducted shortly. Key Highlights The Gangetic Dolphins and Otters in the river have increased in ..
Every year National Wildlife Week is celebrated in India between October 2nd and October 8th. It is being celebrated since 1954. The main objective of celebrating the day is to save the lives of Indian animals by taking critical steps. The week is celebrated under the following theme Theme: RoaR (Roar and Revive) – Exploring ..
Topics: Biodiversity • Biodiversity hotspot • national wildlife week • United Nations Development Programme • United Nations Environment Programme • Wildlife • Wildlife Act • Wildlife conservation • Wildlife law
International Day of Clean Air for blue skies is being observed on September 7th, 2020. The day is first of its kind. Aim includes Raising public awareness, the individual, community, corporate and government level about the importance of clean air for health, productivity, economy and the environment. Establishing close link of air quality to other environmental ..
Category: Environment Current Affairs