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Countries take steps toward int'l accord to protect marine bio...

UNITED NATIONS, June 22 (Xinhua) -- UN member states have agreed to develop a legally binding instrument to conserve and sustainably use marine biological resources, UN officials said Monday. The 193-member UN General Assembly agreed to establish a ... Xinhua News Agency, 2 months ago

Kenya: Nairobi Convention - Seychelles Has 'Embraced Sustainability', Says UNEP Executive Director

Victoria — The Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Dr Achim Steiner, has hailed the 115-island archipelago of Seychelles' commitment towards the sustainable management of its resources. "The challenge of ...
 AllAfrica.com2 months ago Nairobi Convention - Seychelles Has 'Embraced Sustainability', Says UNEP Executive Director  Individual.com2 months ago

Canadian Experts in Thrombosis, Hemostasis, and Vascular Biology Unite to "Invite the World" to Metro Toronto Convention Centre for ISTH 2015 Congress

) - A unifying call from Canadian researchers from coast to coast is bringing thousands of the world's leading experts on thrombosis, hemostasis, and vascular biology to Toronto for an exciting and illuminating event. The XXV Congress of the ...
 Pettinga Financial Advisors2 months ago
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Seizing the Blue Economy Approach in the Western Indian Ocean Region. Achim Steiner Speech to Nairobi Convention COP

MIL OSI Source: United Nations Environment Programme Press Release/Statement: Headline: The beautiful WIO region is one of the least ecologically disturbed areas of global ocean. It hosts thousands of species of fish, marine turtles, sharks, ...
 Foreign Affairs.co.nz2 months ago Expansion of Canada's First National Urban Park  Foreign Affairs.co.nz1 month ago expert reaction to impact of negative emissions technology on climate change  Foreign Affairs.co.nz3 weeks ago

Will the world accept the Alamo as sacred?

Photo By PRWeb A decision by a 21-member international panel of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO, is expected next weekend in Bonn, Germany. Local officials believe it could come as early as July 4, ...
 MySanAntonio1 month ago
The Malaysian Times

UN steps closer to treaty for protecting …

The United Nations took a step closer Friday toward crafting a major treaty that would protect marine life beyond territorial waters by passing a resolution at the General Assembly. The eventual UN treaty would be the first to specifically address ...
 Yahoo! India2 months ago
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Jordan Times

Paving Paradise: Scientists Alarmed Over China Island-Building in Disputed Sea

Still file image from United States Navy video purportedly shows Chinese dredging vessels in the waters around Mischief Reef in the disputed Spratly Islands. (Reuters Photo/US Navy handout) Hong Kong. Concern is mounting among some scientists ...
 Jakarta Globe2 months ago Scientists alarmed over China's island building  Oman Observer2 months ago Scientists alarmed over China island building in disputed sea  Jordan Times1 month ago After reclamation in disputed waters, China to start construction activities  Manila Bulletin1 month ago
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Irish Medical Times

The diversity of head and neck cancer

Prof James Paul ONeill , Professor of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery at Beaumont and the RCSI, National Lead for World Head and Neck Cancer Day, discusses the latest in diagnostics and treatments. This year we marked July 27 as World Head ...
 Irish Medical Times3 weeks ago

Deep-sea Mining Regulations Need Stronger ... - Center for Biological Diversity - Center for Biological Diversity (press release)

For Immediate Release, July 16, 2015 Contact: Steve Jones, (415) 305-3866, sjones@biologicaldiversity.org Deep-sea Mining Regulations Need Stronger Environmental Protections KINGSTON, Jamaica — Scientists and conservationists are ...
 Center for Biological Diversity1 month ago Policy paper asks for more study before deep sea mining begins  Mining Engineering Online1 month ago Marine Protection Zones Should Come Before Deep Sea Mining, Say Scientists  Popular Science1 month ago
Council of Canadians

United Nations raises concerns about impact of tar sands and Site C dam

The Peace-Athabasca Delta is located at the confluence of the Peace and Athabasca Rivers with Lake Athabasca. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Committee is concerned about the impact of ...
 Council of Canadians1 month ago
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