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How China’s cooperation with Mekong countries can overcome a trust deficit

How China’s cooperation with Mekong countries can overcome a trust deficit

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First proposed at the 17th Asean-China Summit in 2014 by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation (LMC) mechanism aims to enhance economic...

Job Announcement: Advocacy Coordinator for Youth and Environment Europe (Paid)

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Deadline: July 4th 2021 About Us Youth and Environment Europe (YEE) is the largest independent European network of environmental youth organizations. YEE unites 52 member organisations coming from 30 countries. Our...
UNICEF Internship Programme 2021 – Fully Funded Internships - Opportunities  for Youth

Apply for a Paid Climate and Environment Internship at UNICEF’s Regional Office for South...

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APPLY NOW Job no: 540532Contract type: InternshipLevel: InternshipLocation: NepalCategories: Education UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To...
Global Campus of Human Rights – Free Course!

Free Global Campus of Human Rights Course: “Child Participation and the Right to a...

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Open to: Students; governmental, inter-governmental and non-governmental staff; legal and media professionals; researchers; young climate activists; committed citizens The new Global Campus of Human Rights...
‘Ocean in crisis’: Global plan to protect world’s seas | Environment News

‘Ocean in crisis’: Global plan to protect world’s seas | Environment News

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A new global marine initiative has been launched to protect and conserve 18 million square kilometres of the ocean (seven million square miles) over...
Fragile Venice lagoon still at risk even after decree diverting cruise ships, activists say

Fragile Venice lagoon still at risk even after decree diverting cruise ships, activists say

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Activists opposed to cruise ships in Venice are seeking a meeting with the Italian government to argue that its latest proposal to divert...
Malaysia’s getting hotter. Can its leaders rise to the climate challenge?

Malaysia’s getting hotter. Can its leaders rise to the climate challenge?

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Malaysia’s cities are heating up – recording temperature increases of up to 6.7 degrees Celsius over the last two decades, according to a...
Will a new law bring China’s dying Yangtze River back to life?

Will a new law bring China’s dying Yangtze River back to life?

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Zhou Jianjun drove 400km (250 miles) in mid-February from his hometown of Xiangyang in central China to an industrial chemical park to investigate...
Why manufacturing is the biggest hurdle in climate change fight | Climate Change News

Why manufacturing is the biggest hurdle in climate change fight | Climate Change News

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Bill Gates says governments and investors need to find ways to reduce emissions from steel- and cement-making.US billionaire Bill Gates exudes optimism in discussing...
Global Youth Environment Assembly by the UNEP - Feb 2021: Registrations OPEN!!

Global Youth Environment Assembly by the UNEP – Feb 2021: Registrations OPEN!!

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Join the largest youth-led environmental event! Global Youth Environment Assembly is the official youth forum toward the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and UN Environment Assembly...