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Japan Today
More than 300 million at risk of life-threatening diseases from dirty water: U.N. ‹ Japan Todayof life-threatening diseases like cholera and typhoid due to the increasing pol
More than 300 million at risk of life-threatening diseases from dirty water: U.N. ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 5 hours ago
of life-threatening diseases like cholera and typhoid due to the increasing pollution of water in rivers and lakes, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) said. Between 1990 and 2010, pollution caused by viruses, bacteria and other... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Premier Pledges UNEP Closer Partnershipgrowth with a vision to join middle income economies. Prime Minister Hailemari
Premier Pledges UNEP Closer Partnership
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
growth with a vision to join middle income economies. Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn yesterday held talks with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Executive Director Erik Solheim on issues of partnership on the areas of... Read more
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NBC News
The medals for the 2020 Tokyo games could be made from e-wasterealize the proposal," Sakita said. Managing the mountains of electronic waste
The medals for the 2020 Tokyo games could be made from e-waste
NBC News / Posted 8 days ago
realize the proposal," Sakita said. Managing the mountains of electronic waste worldwide has been one focal point of the United Nations Environment Program, which calls e-waste "one of the fastest growing waste streams in developed as well as in... Read more
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The Manila Times
Fil-Am Ebola researcher now Silliman professorof the UNDP (New York), president of the Environmental and Engineering Research
Fil-Am Ebola researcher now Silliman professor
The Manila Times / Posted 16 days ago
of the UNDP (New York), president of the Environmental and Engineering Research Group (California), and consultant to the United Nations Environment Program, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, World Health Organization, US... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Africa needs to get involved in global management of pollutionactions necessary to improve air quality Immediately after WHO released their
Africa needs to get involved in global management of pollution
News 24 South Africa / Posted 16 days ago
actions necessary to improve air quality Immediately after WHO released their results and studies in 2014 the United Nations Environment Program adopted a resolution which is supposed to promote air quality. The act was supposed to... Read more
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Mashable
Here's why Olympic medalists don't get flowers at the Summer Games in Riothe amount of solid waste that Rio de Janeiro's 6.3 million residents produce i
Here's why Olympic medalists don't get flowers at the Summer Games in Rio
Mashable / Posted 19 days ago
the amount of solid waste that Rio de Janeiro's 6.3 million residents produce in a year, according to estimates by the United Nations Environment Program. As part of its plan to limit waste, organizers also made changes to the medal... Read more
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The Manila Times
Jose Cuervo and cars can mix: Ford partners with tequila producer to develop auto partsincluding soy foam, castor oil, wheat straw, kenaf fiber, cellulose, wood, coco
Jose Cuervo and cars can mix: Ford partners with tequila producer to develop auto parts
The Manila Times / Posted 30 days ago
including soy foam, castor oil, wheat straw, kenaf fiber, cellulose, wood, coconut fiber and rice hulls. According to the United Nations Environment Program, five billion metric tons of agricultural biomass waste is produced annually. A by-product... Read more
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Brisbane Times
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into goldmore than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and return
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into gold
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
more than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and returned to the supply chain. Worldwide, the United Nations Environment Program estimates the trillion-dollar electronics industry generated 42 million tonnes of obsolete... Read more
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WA Today
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into goldmore than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and return
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into gold
WA Today / Posted a month ago
more than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and returned to the supply chain. Worldwide, the United Nations Environment Program estimates the trillion-dollar electronics industry generated 42 million tonnes of obsolete... Read more
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The Age
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into goldmore than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and return
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into gold
The Age / Posted a month ago
more than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and returned to the supply chain. Worldwide, the United Nations Environment Program estimates the trillion-dollar electronics industry generated 42 million tonnes of obsolete... Read more
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Canberra Times
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into goldmore than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and return
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into gold
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
more than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and returned to the supply chain. Worldwide, the United Nations Environment Program estimates the trillion-dollar electronics industry generated 42 million tonnes of obsolete... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into goldmore than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and return
UNSW develops mini-factory that can turn old mobile phones into gold
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
more than 95 per cent of materials in mobile phones can be recovered and returned to the supply chain. Worldwide, the United Nations Environment Program estimates the trillion-dollar electronics industry generated 42 million tonnes of obsolete... Read more
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