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Fancy having two tongues. One to eat and another to groom your friends and pick out tasty insects from their fur.
For those who were spectating during the 2019 Cape Town marathon, watching a pack of 20 runners with trees on their backs snake through the crowd of competitors was probably a highlight of the race.
Myanmar’s first Safeguards Summary of Information, submitted to the UNFCCC online platform in late August 2020, sets out the country’s progress to date in addressing and respecting the Cancun Safeguards for REDD+.
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9 August 2021
This August 9, International Day of Indigenous Peoples, we must demand indigenous peoples’ inclusion, participation and approval in the constitution of a system with social and economic benefits for all. That is why the 2021 theme is ““Leaving no one behind: Indigenous peoples and the call for a new social contract.”
21 September 2021
Zero Emissions Day has turned into a worldwide movement that aims to put the global 24-hour moratorium on the combustion of fossil fuels and everything started in 2008 when the founder Ken Wallace launched a website in Nova Scotia, Canada, calling for September 21st to be a day where no fossil fuels are consumed.
15 October 2021
This year on International Day of Rural Women (15 October), we’re celebrating the vital role that rural women play in climate action with a spotlight on “Rural women and girls building resilience” theme.
31 Oct- 12 Nov 2021
The COP26 summit will bring parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.