“It will be no small feat to produce a new consensus over the next six months that will set a real path towards the future we need. If the world is serious about achieving these new goals, we will need a strong and coordinated governance institution -- one with resources and jurisdiction to facilitate and enforce compliance: a Global Environmental Organization. ”—From “Why We Need a Global Environmental Organization,” an editorial on international environmental governance, co-signed by Secretary-General Bonian Golmohammadi, and the leadership of 14 of our member UNAs, including the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Cote d’Ivoire, Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, Russia, Luxembourg, Portugal, Macedonia, Peru, and Argentina.
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora
Конвенция о международной торговле видами дикой фауны и флоры, находящимися под угрозой исчезновения. Вашингтонская конвенция, была подписана 3 марта 1973 г. в Вашингтоне (США) и вступила в силу с 1 июля 1975 г.
Unep And The Countries That Participate In The Rio +20 Presents Data And Proposals For The Conference ! http://newish.info/169120-unep-and-the-countries-that-participate-in-the-rio-20-presents-data-and-proposals-for-the-conference
Countries That Participate In The Rio +20 And Unep Data And Present Proposals For The Conference ! http://newish.info/169618-countries-that-participate-in-the-rio-20-and-unep-data-and-present-proposals-for-the-conference
From Roots to Canopies: In the Healing Arms of the World's Forests
John Muir once said, “The clearest way to the universe is through a forest wilderness.” It is quite fitting really, for the woods have, since the beginning of time, provided us with everything from food and clothing to clean air. Day in and day out, sometimes without our knowing it, we use something which has roots that can be traced back to a forest somewhere. Claims by indigenous tribes of the forests’ magic and connection to all life in the world don’t seem so far off when you think about it.
For all its influence in mankind’s existence, you could say that the forests are nature’s form of public service. One contribution, in particular, has shaped man’s way of life.