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The Ukraine war and extreme heat are threatening global food security
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A landmark report from the UN says more climate action is needed 'on all fronts'.
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A UN study carried out over four years across the globe reveals the devastating economic impact of invasive species.
Deep sea mining fails to get green light at UN debate
Finland, Germany and Portugal were among the countries that blocked deep sea mining licences.
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UN Security Council convenes historic session to discuss AI threat
The UN Security Council held a meeting on the risks of artificial intelligence (AI) for global peace and security, calling for urgent safeguards against the "unprecedented" technology.
European states vote against Quran burning UN resolution
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Greenpeace’s Chris Thorne has called the treaty “a win for all life on this planet.”
The UN says Russia won't let aid workers into flooded areas of Ukraine
The Kremlin's spokesman said Monday that UN aid workers who want to visit areas ravaged by the recent Kakhova dam collapse in southern Ukraine can’t go there because fighting in the war makes it unsafe.
The UN will foster Ukraine's sustainable reconstruction amid conflict
Given the scale of needs, the international community has a financial imperative to provide additional support to Ukraine that both addresses immediate needs and delivers for its future sustainable development, Jorge Moreira da Silva writes.