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Mon 14/06/10
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.
Fri 04/06/10
Follow the launch of Greening the Blue on our launch blog. If you've got something to add, please email your story to [email protected] All times are in British Summer Time.  FRIDAY 4 JUNE 22:50 International have done a story
Thu 03/06/10
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...
Wed 02/06/10
You can follow the progress of Greening the Blue on Facebook and Twitter. Sign up, become our friend, our fan, follow us, tweet or blog: Visit our Facebook page Follow us on Twitter We're keen to hear what's happening to green the blue where you are...
Wed 02/06/10
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...
Mon 03/05/10
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...
Mon 26/04/10
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...
Thu 01/04/10
Over the period of a few months in autumn 2008, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) drafted its 2009/10 Climate Neutral Policy, completed a first inventory of greenhouse gas emissions, set measurable emissions-reduction...
Thu 01/04/10
Over 30,000 participants poured into Copenhagen from 192 countries all round the world in December 2009 for the United Nations Climate Change Conference. Tens of thousands more, however, did not need to go there in person – or add thousands of...
Thu 01/04/10
Many of the staff based at the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV) don't actually have to be there to do their jobs effectively. Thanks to UNOV's Mobile Office project, they can access all their office facilities, at any time, from wherever they...
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