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UN chief António Guterres said there were many issues with net zero pledges and "loopholes wide enough to drive a truck through".
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Ecocide is ‘killing’ the earth, campaigners warn. That’s why we need to make it an international crime.
UN tracking Ukraine's cultural damage with satellite imagery
Since the beginning of Russia's invasion on February 24, damage to 207 cultural sites in Ukraine has been verified.
Denmark becomes first to pledge funding for climate ‘loss and damage’
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A winter of global discontent is on the horizon, says UN chief
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EU countries must avoid 'backtracking' on climate goals, UN says
The United Nations' acting human rights chief urged European Union member states not to backtrack on their climate goals in the face of an energy crisis.
Halt to military activities around Zaporizhzhia is vital, says expert
IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said "we're playing with fire" as he presented his report on conditions at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.
UN agency calls for safety zone around Ukraine nuclear plant
The UN atomic watchdog agency has urged Russia and Ukraine to establish a safety and security protection zone around the Zaporizhzhia power plant.
UN makes fifth attempt to finalise ‘urgent’ oceans treaty
After 10 years of negotiations, communities on the frontlines of the ocean crisis are calling for the treaty to be finalised this year.
Erdogan and Guterres meet with Zelenskyy in a bid to halt the war
The two leaders met with the Ukrainian president in the western city of Lviv in an attempt to find a way to end the war, but little progress has been reported.
UN chief slams 'greed' and 'outrageous profits' of big oil and gas
Antonio Guterres decried record profits from energy companies as "immoral" and called on national governments to tax the profits and use the revenues to help people most in need.
World one step from 'nuclear annihilation', says UN chief
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on Monday that “humanity is just one misunderstanding, one miscalculation away from nuclear annihilation.”
EU election monitors can play a crucial role in Venezuela | View
Venezuelans will go to the polls for regional and local elections on Sunday amid a crackdown on dissent by the Maduro regime. European observers must document any rights violations as they happen, say Human Rights Watch's Jose Miguel Vivanco and Tamara Taraciuk Broner
Can climate finance save our planet? We ask the UN
The pressure for businesses to act is rising along with global temperatures. We ask the UN’s environment finance arm if climate finance is working.
Greta Thunberg-UN climate case singles out the wrong countries | View
Yesterday's decision on climate change and children's rights was historic - but the worst violators are still getting a free pass, writes Iveta Cherneva.
Climate change causing 'catastrophic harm to health,' experts warn
Editors of the world's leading medical journals joined together to release a climate change warning ahead of crucial UN and international summits.
Activists plea for help to assist Afghans stuck in the country
Thousands continue to wait outside Kabul International Airport for a chance to flee the country nearly a week after the Taliban gained control of Afghanistan.
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Charity auction featuring artworks by Mandela raises €8.2 million
Art-loving philanthropists dug deep into their pockets to support the 100 Million Meals campaign — the biggest food drive in the MENA region.