The Greening the Blue Facebook tab was released today and can be seen in action on UNEP's Facebook page.
The tab highlights the key features of Greening the Blue and show's what's happening to create a more sustainable United Nations.
The General Assembly President elect for the sixty-fifth session today named ‘environmental governance’ in his list of priorities for his tenure. The full details of the press conference are below:
The in-house greening team at the United Nations Environment Programme, known as Step-by-Step, has awarded its annual prize for the greenest UNEP office.And this year’s winner is…. the New York office.
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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has issued a memo encouraging all UN staff to get involved in greening the blue. In the memo he talks about the progress that's been made to make the UN more sustainable, and highlights achievements to date...
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Today, 4 June 2010, marks the official launch of Greening the Blue. And to celebrate we're premiering a new animation showing UN staff how easy it is for us all to play our part in making the UN more sustainable.
The two-minute film...
World Environment Day (WED) 2010 aims to be the biggest, most widely celebrated, global day for positive, environmental action ever. Commemorated on 5 June since 1972, WED is one of the principal vehicles through which the UN stimulates worldwide...
So how will the United Nations celebrate World Environment Day?
This year the UN will use WED (Saturday, 5 June 2010) to highlight the progress that’s been made internally to move the UN-family towards greater sustainability, whilst also pushing for...