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THE ENVIRONMENT IN THE NEWS

Friday, 4 May  2007

           UNEP and the Executive Director in the News

Global Warming Can Be Kept in Check, UN Panel Says (Bloomberg)

The IPCC and the UN climate survey (Jurnalo.com)

Bangkok Climate Change Report Underway (Prensa Latina)

Forum looks beyond Kyoto Protocol / Both developed and developing countries (Yomiuri Shimbun)

US to lock horns over tigers, whale trade (AFP)

Biodiversité : Pour une sécurisation foncière des sites  (Le Soleil (Dakar)

Contest encourages students' creative environmental ideas (Jakarta Post)

Other Environment News

Climate change 'can be tackled' (BBC)

UN says global warming halt affordable (Reuters/Financial Times)

Deal reached on climate change report (Associated Press)

Climate panel reaches consensus on reducing harmful emissions (IHT)

Agreement Reached on Climate Report (The Guardian)

Malaria fear as global warming increases (The Independent)

China seen as a roadblock to U.N. climate report (LA Times)

Int'l green group urges Thais to move faster than govt (The Bangkok Post)

The Aussie ?Big Dry? (New York Times)

Bill Proposes Climate Study Focused on U.S. Defense (New York Times)

Expertos de la ONU afirman que frenar el cambio climático es posible y más barato que no hacer nada (El Pais)

Climat: les émissions de gaz doivent décroître à partir de 2015 (Giec) (Le Monde)

Environmental News from the UNEP Regions

ROAP

ROA

Other UN News

UN Daily News of  3 May 2007

S.G.’s Spokesman Daily Press Briefing of  3 May 2007

Communications and Public Information, P.O. Box 30552, Nairobi, Kenya

Tel: (254-2) 623292/93, Fax: [254-2] 62 3927/623692, Email:cpiinfo@unep.org, http://www.unep.org

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