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October
2017

19 Global Climate Action Projects to be Honoured at the UN Climate Conference (COP23) in Bonn

Nineteen ground-breaking initiatives from around the world were announced today as recipients of the United Nations ‘Momentum for Change’ Climate Solutions Award.

 

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13
October
2017

Dark Side of Norocholai Skin Disease

“Sustainable Development”, this term has been becoming more and more popular among global community since 1992 Rio summit. To reach the target of sustainable development, environmental conservation is more important to be implemented. To conserve the environment, there should be more environmental friendly policy plans. Industrial aspect of the world is developing continuously and to cope with increasing energy need, production of energy is increased. Traditionally, the energy need of the world was fulfilled by burning hydrocarbons as fuels.With the time many environmental problems like global warming, acid rains and etc., arisen.And researchers found that main reason for such eco hazards was a burning of hydrocarbons, including coal, liquid fuel species and etc. Then world has been moving towards sustainable energy sources to fulfill energy amid those sources solar energy, wind power, hydro power plants can be considered as the prominent. The concept of coal power plants is gradually fading away from the global stage, because of its disastrous nature towards environment.

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11
October
2017

Climate change is a threat to rich and poor alike

 

From Miami and Puerto Rico to Barbuda and Havana, the devastation of this year’s hurricane season across Latin America and the Caribbean serves as a reminder that the impacts of climate change know no borders.

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30
September
2017

Denduru Oya and Good Governance-Both at Risk

Environmental issues have been becoming main concern of global policy makers while many global conventions have been signed and ratified by majority of world community. However, if we want to protect the environment globally, individual countries should try to implement and enforce the environmental laws in a proper manner.

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11
October
2017

Ministers from Least Developed Countries Commit to Ambitious Climate Action

Ministers and Heads of Delegation from the Least Developed Countries (LDC) group met in Addis Ababa to discuss the priorities of the LDC group in preparation for the international climate negotiations in Bonn, Germany in November 2017.

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02
October
2017

CONTEMPORARY GERMAN MASTERWORKS FROM THE DEUTSCHE BANK COLLECTION GO ON SHOW IN DOHA

A HIGHLIGHT OF QATAR GERMANY 2017 YEAR OF CULTURE



In a unique collaboration between Qatar Museums (QM) and the Deutsche Bank Collection, as a highlight of Qatar Germany Year of Culture 2017, more than 100 works by 27 of Germany’s most significant contemporary artists from the Deutsche Bank Collection will go on show in Doha this week. None of the works in the exhibition have been shown in the region before.

 

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27
September
2017

BCIS INITIATES “BLUE ECONOMY, DISCUSSIONS

“Oceans and Ocean based Economy”, these topics have been becoming increasingly important topics of international community due to the higher economic significance of ocean and its resources. Within these circumstances, The Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies(BCIS), organized a seminar on “Blue Economy” on 31st of August 2017 at BCIS auditorium.According to BCIS, this was the first seminar related with that subject, was held in Sri Lanka. This seminar highlighted the potential of blue economy and strategic perspectives in Sri Lanka.

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