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Inside UNEP

Submitted by Arthur Dahl on 16. March 2021 - 14:44

Inside UNEP

Book Review of Maria Ivanova's
The Untold Story of the World’s Leading Environmental Institution: UNEP at Fifty
by Arthur Dahl


Maria Ivanova. The Untold Story of the World’s Leading Environmental Institution: UNEP at Fifty. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 2021. 329 pp.

UNEP at Fifty

Submitted by Arthur Dahl on 15. February 2021 - 10:50

In The Untold Story of the World’s Leading Environmental Institution: UNEP at Fifty, my good friend Maria Ivanova @mivanova assesses the past and imagines the future for the United Nations Environment Programme @UNEP. It features UN Secretaries-General, UNEP Executive Directors, and other leaders. My voice as a long-time UNEP collaborator and partner is included. http://bit.ly/MITPressUntoldStoryMariaIvanova.

Scientists' Warnings: Affluence

Submitted by Arthur Dahl on 7. December 2020 - 0:09

Scientists' Warnings: Affluence


After a "World Scientists' Warning to Humanity in 1992, the Alliance of World Scientists (https://scientistswarning.forestry.oregonstate.edu/) issued a "World Scientists’ Warning: Second Notice" in 2017, and a "Scientists' Warning of a Climate Emergency" in 2019 (https://www.scientistswarning.org/).

The Global Sustainability Challenge: A Systems View of Agriculture

Submitted by Arthur Dahl on 27. October 2020 - 17:07

The Global Sustainability Challenge:
A Systems View of Agriculture

Arthur Lyon Dahl
A presentation to the Agriculture Working Group
Association for Bahá'í Studies
27 September 2020

Watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_k6gnvoMKRs&feature=youtu.be

Environmental Catastrophe is coming from the Red Sea - Yemen

Submitted by Nashwan Ahmed on 6. September 2020 - 19:32
"Safer" floating reservoir in the Red Sea and its catastrophe damage to Yemen and neighboring countries is anticipated to occur anytime due to It has 1.14 million barrels of crude oil since the war broke out in March 2015 until now. The likelihood of oil spilling out will affect the Red Sea, and who lives in the region.