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Reconciling investment protection and human rights
Publication date: 14 April, 2017
Published by: mmtimes

Myanmar’s previous military government was committed to investment protection treaties. Will the new government follow suit? These treaties between states enable foreign investors to challenge new laws and policies by the host government – potentially including those protecting human rights and the....

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Causeway to catastrophe for St Lucia’s endangered wildlife, say conservationists
Publication date: 15 April, 2017
Published by: repeatingislands

Conservationists across the globe are expressing grave concerns about a proposed development in Saint Lucia that would mean certain extinction for some of the country’s most valuable wildlife. The next phase of the so-called Pearl of the Caribbean project poses a serious threat to the country’s ecological, cultural and archaeological heritage.

Tagged with: Environment, RegionalPolicy, Ecology, EnvironmentalProtection, BIOPAMA_News-ACP
Urgent Need For Environmental And Climatic Li...
Publication date: 22 April, 2017
Published by: modernghana

The theme for the celebration of Mother Earth Day 2017: “Environmental and Climatic Literacy” comes at a time when Ghana is faced with overcoming a myriad of environmental challenges: poor sanitation, illegal logging and mining, pollution of water bodies and land degradation.

Tagged with: AlternativeEnergy, MARS-STAT, Agriculture, ManMadeDisasters, EnvironmentalProtection, ClimateChange, Environment, Ecology, MilleniumGoals, BIOPAMA_News-ACP
Clean tech key to sustainable future
Publication date: 22 April, 2017
Published by: khaleejtimes

April 22 was instituted as Earth Day in 1970 to draw the attention towards the enormous challenges that our blue planet faces. More than four decades on, as we celebrate its 47 th anniversary, climate change is still the defining issue of the day. Yes, we have made some progress through the Paris agreement but more needs to be done, and soon.

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NEPA shares environmental protection tips for Earth Day
Publication date: 22 April, 2017
Published by: jamaicaobserver

KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) The National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) is providing tips on how persons can do their part in preserving and protecting the environment in observance of Earth Day today. This is in keeping with the international focus on environmental and climate literacy for the day.

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SADC Bloc Banks on Regional Tourism Growth
Publication date: 22 April, 2017
Published by: newera

By Surihe Gaomas WINDHOEK Due to its excellent track record in managing tourism in the Southern Africa bloc, Namibia was chosen as host for the high-level Tourism 2006 SADC-European Union conference that got under way in the capital yesterday. Over 300 delegates, investors and tourism enterprise....

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International 'March for Science' Called Unprecedented by Organizers
Publication date: 22 April, 2017
Published by: voanews

Scientists on Saturday took the unprecedented step of staging marches in more than 600 cities worldwide in the face of what they see as a growing political assault on evidence-based knowledge. Thousands of scientists and their supporters attended March for Science events in such cities as Cape Town,....

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On Earth Day, 5 things you need to know about environmental policy and research
Publication date: 21 April, 2017
Published by: brookings

On April 22, 1970, 20 million Americans participated in massive rallies and events across the country with the goal of raising awareness of the deterioration of the environment, and to spur government action to support a healthier and more sustainable world.

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Eco-survey completed by marine team of Walker’s Cay
Publication date: 21 April, 2017
Published by: tribune242

RESEARCHERS from the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) and the Perry Institute for Marine Science have conducted an ecological survey of Walker’s Cay National Park. The assessment last month was part of the BNT’s effort to develop management plans for Abaco’s marine parks. Established in 2002, Walker’s Cay is one of six marine parks around Abaco.

Tagged with: Environment, BIOPAMA_News-ACP
Spotted: baby giraffe Narus has first public outing at Chester zoo
Publication date: 14 April, 2017
Published by: guardian

Under the watchful eye of his mother Orla, the baby giraffe Narus took her first wobbly steps within an hour of being born. Narus is the second calf to be born into Chester zoo’s herd of 11 endangered Rothschild’s giraffes in the past five months. The International Union for the Conservation of....

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Somalia: Project Review Consultant
Publication date: 14 April, 2017
Published by: reliefWeb

The project is being co-funded by the Global Environment Facility - Least Developed Countries Fund (GEF-LDCF) for Adaptation to Climate Change (USD 8,000,000), and UNDP Somalia Core Resources (USD 1,500,000) and in kind support from the government of Somalia (USD 8,000,000).

Tagged with: ClimateChange, Environment, BIOPAMA_News-ACP, EU-Africa
Wildlife massacred on such a scale that we're on verge of biggest 'mass extinction' since dinosaurs
Publication date: 14 April, 2017
Published by: themirror

Conservationists are warning of the first mass extinction since the dinosaurs (Photo: National Geographic Magazines) Read More Dr Ana Ben tez-Lopez, of Radboud University in the Netherlands, said: “Thanks to this study, we know only 17 per cent of the original mammal abundance and 42 per cent of the birds remain in hunted areas.

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Cameroon Steps Up Reforestation Efforts — But Forest Loss Continues
Publication date: 14 April, 2017
Published by: cameroononline

YAOUNDE — Cameroon’s government plans to restore 12 million hectares (30 million acres) of deforested land to redress the challenges of dwindling forests and help mitigate the effects of climate change. Local councils, nongovernmental organizations and businesses are backing the plan, which will be....

Tagged with: Environment, ClimateChange, Ecology, BIOPAMA_News-ACP
ZAMBIA: Police pick up opp. leader after raid
Publication date: 14 April, 2017
Published by: coastweek

LUSAKA, (Xinhua) -- Police have finally picked up Zambia’s leading opposition leader for questioning after an overnight siege at his residence, his party said on Tuesday. Charles Kakoma, the spokesperson of the United Party for National Development (UPND), confirmed that Hakainde Hichilema was....

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 21/4
Publication date: 21 April, 2017
Published by: vietnamnet-en

Vietnam, Iran explore economic partnership potential. A Vietnam – Iran business forum was held in Hanoi on April 20 with a view to fostering the two countries’ friendship and economic-trade partnership. The event attracted a number of Vietnamese and Iranian companies engaging in garment, footwear,....

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Is #Hashtagging Your Environment on Instagram Enough to Save It?
Publication date: 21 April, 2017
Published by: smithsonianmag

This post by Groo highlights flamingos and their chicks on a small spit of land in the middle of the Bahamas' largest saltwater lake, on the southernmost island of Great Inagua. For the study, the authors decided to look at ecosystems in the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, a rugged region....

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8 endangered sites to see now 1 HR Florida manatees swim and sleep in the sunshine and golden-brown panthers prowl the shady forests at Everglades National Park.
Publication date: 21 April, 2017
Published by: click2houston

(CNN) - Florida manatees swim and sleep in the sunshine and golden-brown panthers prowl the shady forests at Everglades National Park. A swampy wilderness of gnarled cypress stands and waving sawgrass just beyond Miami's suburbs, this 1.5 million-acre UNESCO World Heritage Site can seem timeless.

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Is tracking technology putting creatures in danger?
Publication date: 13 April, 2017
Published by: irishtimes

or telemetry is a tool used to gain insight into species behaviour. Data gathered through this method helps to expand our knowledge on certain creatures and serves as a stepping stone to developing conservation strategies and informing policy. However, recent research indicates that it may be a double-edged sword.

Tagged with: Ecology, BIOPAMA_News-ACP
AWF building valley dams to tackle human-wildlife conflicts in L....
Publication date: 13 April, 2017
Published by: newvision

PIC: Long-horned Ankole cattle heading to one of the dams to drink water For over a decade now, the farming community living around Lake Mburo National Park has been in a bitter relationship with Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA). The conflict is rooted to unending inter-human-wildlife conflicts as....

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American Samoans face penalty for littering
Publication date: 13 April, 2017
Published by: rnzi

The director of the American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency, Ameto Pato, said three government agencies were ready to issue littering citations. Mr Pato said they were the Department of Health, Marine and Wildlife Resources and the Environmental Protection Agency.

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 13/4
Publication date: 13 April, 2017
Published by: vietnamnet-en

Outstanding farm produce at HCM City fair. Outstanding farmers in HCM City and many other provinces are showcasing their products at a fair that opened at Lê Văn Tám Park in the city’s District 1 on Monday. The “Achievements of excellent farmers in the integration time - Urban agriculture and....

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World: How to Reduce Risk from Extreme Weather Events
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: reliefWeb

By Robert Glasser, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Disaster Risk Reduction, and Petteri Taalas, Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization. A nightmare scenario for any community is to be taken by surprise in the middle of the night by a sudden disaster such as....

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Indigenous Peoples Mobilize to Assert Role in Alleviating Climate Change; New Policy Brief
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: sciencenewsline

. Published: April 20, 2017. Released by Indigenous Peoples, local communities, environmental activists, and women's groups from 25 different countries today kicked off a week of protests, meetings, and events to demand respect for community land rights.

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CBD Secretariat Prioritizes Biodiversity Mainstreaming for SDG Achievement
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: foreignaffairs-nz

Source: Small Island Developing States. Headline: CBD Secretariat Prioritizes Biodiversity Mainstreaming for SDG Achievement. April 2017: Meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Executive Secretary Cristiana Paşca Palmer said her top priority is....

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Minister Edna Molewa: Official handover of Kgoroši Recreational Park
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: gov-za

Speech by the Minister of Environmental, Dr Edna Molewa at the official handover of the Kgoroši Recreational Park to Polokwane Municipality and the Ga-Kgoroši Community as part of National Imbizo Focus Week. Programme Director The Premier of Limpopo Province, Mr Chupu Mathabatha The MEC Economic....

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To Conserve Tropical Forests and Wildlife, Protect Rights of People Who Rely on Them
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: foreignaffairs-nz

Source: US State of Connecticut. Headline: To Conserve Tropical Forests and Wildlife, Protect Rights of People Who Rely on Them. Footbridge over the Coapa River in Chiapas, Mexico, which supports local silvopasture – forestry and livestock grazing. (Lameirasb/Wikipedia, CC BY-SA)Many of our planet’s....

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Rwanda: NRW(Non Revenue Water) Reduction Consultant
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: reliefWeb

Tetra Tech ( www.tetratechintdev.com ) is hiring a Consultant under the USAID/Kenya and East Africa (KEA) funded PREPARED Project ( https://www.facebook.com/PREPAREDProject/ ), to Assess Non Revenue Water (NRW) Reduction Options in Rwanda’s Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC).

Tagged with: Environment, BIOPAMA_News-ACP
Gateway Sign In St. Thomas For Blue And John Crow Mountains
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: caribseek

Principal Director of Culture, Creative Industries Policy Division of the Ministry of Youth and Culture, Dr. Janice Lindsay. (FILE))

KINGSTON (JIS) -- The Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport will be mounting a third gateway sign to the Blue and John Crow Mountains in Port Morant, St.

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Scientists To Rally On Earth Day To Protest Trump Cuts, Views
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: courant

Scientists and academics in Connecticut and across the country will head out of the labs and into the streets on Saturday — Earth Day — to confront what one organizer described as a lack of respect for science among some members of Congress and President "The scientific method is not a partisan....

Tagged with: ClimateChange, CommunicableDiseases, Environment, Ecology, EnvironmentalProtection, BIOPAMA_News-ACP
U.S. Embassy Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: africa-newsroom

In connection with Earth Day 2017, the U.S. Embassy will host a half day panel discussion to raise awareness on environment & inspire action in defense of environmental protection tomorrow April 21, 2017. Earth Day is an annual event celebrated worldwide on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection.

Tagged with: Ecology, EnvironmentalProtection, Discrimination, Environment, UNbodies, BIOPAMA_News-ACP, EU-Africa
Environmental Literacy Key to Inspire Action in Defense of environmental protection
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: africa-newsroom

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, April 20, 2017/APO/ -- Earth Day is an annual event celebrated worldwide on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. In connection with Earth Day 2017, the U.S. Embassy will host a half day panel discussion to raise awareness on environment & inspire....

Tagged with: Ecology, EnvironmentalProtection, Environment, BIOPAMA_News-ACP
More Escapees Re-arrested
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: newera

By Anna Shilongo. WINDHOEK. The Namibian Police yesterday confirmed the re-arrest of five of the six suspects who escaped from the Windhoek Central Prison on Monday morning.

The five inmates were re-arrested near Kongola Game Reserve on Tuesday except for one, Plan Ndebele, who is alleged to have drowned in the Chobe River.

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Tonga’s Marine environment focus workshop
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: foreignaffairs-nz

Source: Tonga Government. Headline: Tonga’s Marine environment focus workshop. 20th April, 2017 Data and technical input is important to ensure that correct information on Tonga’s oceans and marine environment is available, the Chief Executive Officer for MEIDECC, Mr Paula Ma’u told a workshop on marine environment in Nuku’alofa yesterday morning.

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Commissioners ask for funding to clean up Matthew debris in St. Johns River 17 Mins More than six months after Hurricane Matthew swept up the east coast of Florida, St. Johns
Publication date: 20 April, 2017
Published by: news4jax

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. Vic Micolucci - More than six months after Hurricane Matthew swept up the east coast of Florida, St. Johns County leaders are asking the state for help. The county's Board of Commissioners sent a letter asking Florida Gov. Rick Scott and the Department of Environmental....

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FORUM COMMUNIQUÉ
Publication date: 13 April, 2017
Published by: pidp

PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM SECRETARIAT Suva, Fiji Islands. THIRTY-FIRST PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati October 27-30, 2000. FORUM COMMUNIQUÉ. 1. The Thirty-First Pacific Islands Forum was held in Tarawa, Republic of Kiribati, from 27-30 October 2000 and was attended by Heads of State....

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Research Shows Just How Much Hunting Reduces Animal Populations
Publication date: 13 April, 2017
Published by: time

A Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) ranger stands guard around illegal stockpiles of burning elephant tusks, ivory figurines and rhinoceros horns at the Nairobi National Park in April 2016. Carl de Souza—AFP/Getty Images.

Research Shows Just How Much Hunting Reduces Animal Populations.

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US Researcher Speaks in Cuba about Citrus Greening Disease
Publication date: 13 April, 2017
Published by: periodico26

This disease affects the ripening process of both young and adult citrus plants, by causing death in a few years, the US specialist on mycology and soil science told delegates from more than 10 nations. The epidemic, which is currently affecting the entire American continent, in addition to scaling....

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‘March for the Earth’ on Earth Day at Bishop City Park
Publication date: 13 April, 2017
Published by: sierrawave

Press release. Earth Day will be celebrated around the globe on Saturday April 22. This marks the 47th anniversary of a day set aside to raise awareness and to educate ourselves about our planet, our environment and all the challenges and opportunities that come along with taking care of it.

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UN, New York City Collaborate for World Ocean Festival
Publication date: 13 April, 2017
Published by: foreignaffairs-nz

Source: Small Island Developing States. Headline: UN, New York City Collaborate for World Ocean Festival. 11 April 2017: A collaboration between the UN and the City of New York, the first-ever World Ocean Festival will precede the UN Ocean Conference, and will feature an ‘Ocean March’ of sailing....

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Making a case for local waste operators
Publication date: 12 April, 2017
Published by: punchng

Sunday Alade. For almost one year, the Lagos State Government talked about initiating reforms to transform the state’s waste management for the better. Until the recent furore over the issue between the government and private waste operators, who have managed waste collection and disposal in the....

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COMMENT: The pesticide threat
Publication date: 19 April, 2017
Published by: independent-UG

The appointment of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s biggest detractor as its boss could become America, and the world’s nightmare.

By Mojisola Ojebode. A new report issued by the United Nations (UN) takes a controversial stance on synthetic pesticides.

Tagged with: Environment, FoodSafety, PublicHealth, ManMadeDisasters, Ecology, UNbodies, EnvironmentalProtection, BIOPAMA_News-ACP
King: 'My duty to ring the alarm bell'
Publication date: 19 April, 2017
Published by: phnompenhpost

King Norodom Sihanouk, from Beijing, has spoken of republicanism, the Monarchy, another Cambodian revolution and a "dark" Cambodian future. These interviews are taken from the Bulletin Mensuel de Documentation (BMD) prepared. by Royal staff. Unofficial translation from the French. INTERVIEW I.

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Giraffes must be listed as endangered, conservationists formally tell US
Publication date: 19 April, 2017
Published by: guardian

Conservationists have lodged a formal request for the US government to list giraffes as endangered in a bid to prevent what they call the “silent extinction” of the world’s tallest land animal. A legal petition filed by five environmental groups has demanded that the US Fish and Wildlife Service....

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WCC casino closes for COP 11
Publication date: 12 April, 2017
Published by: newera

WINDHOEK – The gambling house at the Windhoek Country Club Resort and Casino will be closed for the entire duration of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification Congress of the Parties 11 (UNCCD COP 11). The UNCCD COP 11 conference will have its headquarters at the resort.

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Bank On Nature: First loan agreement...
Publication date: 12 April, 2017
Published by: investineu

The European Commission and the European Investment Bank (EIB) have announced the first loan agreement backed by the Natural Capital Financing Facility. The EUR 6 million loan agreement with Rewilding Europe Capital is expected to provide support for over 30 nature-focused businesses across Europe.

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VFCCC Position On The DSH – Part One
Publication date: 18 April, 2017
Published by: thevoiceslu

THE Vieux-Fort Concerned Citizens Coalition for Change (VFCCCC) did not emerge in response to the DSH project. It came into being many months prior to the publishing of the US$2.6 billion DSH Project headlined in The VOICE of St. Lucia sometime in June 2016 and the circulation of the Framework....

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GoldQuest Broadens and Strengthens Team with Key Additions
Publication date: 18 April, 2017
Published by: marketwatch

Apr 18, 2017 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - April 18, 2017) - GoldQuest Mining Corp. (GQC) (frankfurt:M1W) (berlin:M1W) ("GoldQuest" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of two important members to the management team to assist with the permitting and....

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PAPUA: ANOTHER EAST TIMOR?
Publication date: 18 April, 2017
Published by: pidp

IN FOCUS Volume 5, Number 37 October 2000. Written by Abigail Abrash, Harvard Law School Human Rights Program Issue Editor: John Gershman (Asia Pacific) Editors: Tom Barry (IRC) and Martha Honey (IPS) Key Points: -- Papua is a leading example of a failed decolonization process.

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News Feature : Communities committed to forest eco-system conservation on Savaii, Samoa [17/04/2017 - Samoa]
Publication date: 18 April, 2017
Published by: pina

Eight communities on the island of Savai’i in Samoa have decided to continue forest conservation and have agreed to five year management plans (2017-2022) for three Community Conservation Areas. The areas cover and protect a total area of 14700 ha of native forests and include water catchment areas,....

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Wildlife crime 'threatens nearly half the world's heritage sites'
Publication date: 18 April, 2017
Published by: bbc

Image copyright Michel Gunther / WWF Image caption An Indian rhinoceros seen in Chitwan National Park, Nepal. Poaching, illegal logging and fishing are threatening endangered species in some of the world's most iconic natural sites, according to a report.

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