Thu 25/04/13
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (centre) travels from New York to Washington, D.C., by train, opting for rail over flying to reduce his carbon footprint.
Mon 22/04/13
From a man in the Maldives worried about relocating his family as sea levels rise, to a polar bear in the melting artic, climate change has many faces. To celebrate International Mother Earth Day, images of people, animals, and places directly...
Fri 05/04/13
A new wind farm in India and waste management project in Colombia are set to benefit from a new partnership to offset the carbon emissions of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS...
Wed 20/03/13
20 March 2013 marks the International Day without meat. A day when everyone is encourage to experiment with a diet without meat.  UNOG decided to participate this year as part of it’s environmental policy, in order to raise awareness among all...
Tue 26/02/13
The build up to this years’ World Environment Day (5th June) is already well underway and individuals and organizations from across the globe have started to register their activities.
Wed 20/02/13
A recent article in a UK newspaper, The Independent, expresses surprise and disappointment that the UN doesn’t offset its carbon emissions. The article, It’s time to offset the UN’s carbon footprint, notes that “the UN created the world’s most...
Thu 14/02/13
The Issue Management Group on Environment Management had their tenth meeting in New York in January 2013. The meeting took place in the newly renovated Secretariat building and representatives from over 20 UN orgnaizations took part in the meeting...
Wed 13/02/13
What would a ‘sustainable’ United Nations look like? What would it feel like to work for such an organisation? And what are the barriers to bringing it about?These are just some of the questions that are investigated in a new report published today...
Thu 07/02/13
The team behind Greening the Blue are currently hard at work creating an on-line tutorial to help raise awareness of how UN staff can make more sustainable decisions in their everyday working lives.
Tue 05/02/13
The International Bureau, based in Berne, Switzerland, which acts as the Universal Postal Union’s secretariat and employs some 250 people, emitted the equivalent of about 1,105 tonnes of CO2 in 2011 - 27% less than in 2008 (1,515 tonnes).
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