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Photographing inequality and climate change

At Photoville in New York, UNDP highlights the work of leading journalists looking at the two most pressing issues we face.  


Climate change in Asia and the Pacific. What's at stake?

Many Asia-Pacific nations are coping with climate change while at the same time trying to raise living standards.  


Sahel, a region of opportunities

Harnessing potential, talent, and energy.  


How data can protect wildlife

Celebrating a year of successes with the UN Biodiversity Lab.  


In Costa Rica, women find new strength as business leaders

Costa Rica is leading the world in the protection of its oceans and sea life, and women are becoming more involved in sustainably managing its fisheries.  


Innovation helps rebuild Belize's coral reef

Fragments of Hope brings life back to coral reefs and reinvigorates the communities who depend on it.  


Coming together to clean up our oceans

Two US senators, from opposite sides of the aisle, agree on the critical need to keep our oceans healthy.  


A biodiversity crisis

International Day for Biological Diversity provides a chance to reflect on the profound role nature plays in our lives.  


On extinction, food, climate and inequality

Our ecological meltdown is inextricably intertwined with many other crises.  


The Cook Islands prepare for climate change

For centuries Cook Islanders have used traditional knowledge to read their environment and provide food for their families. But climate change is rapidly altering their environment.  

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