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Earth observation highlighted at UN biological diversity conference

...tatives from the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, the UN Convention to Combat desertification (UNCCD) and the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, which are all supported b...e Portuguese National Focal Point Assistant for the UN Convention to Combat desertification (UNCCD also spoke at the event and presented DesertWatch, a joint UNCCD-ESA...

Desertification, a Major Threat, Says UN

... It has now come out with a report warning that desertification represents one of the "greatest environmental chal...rsity, which produced the report. "Addressing desertification is a critical and essential part of adapting to cl...rts from 25 countries, said policies on preventing desertification are often inconsistent, frequently not implemented...
Desertification in Biological News

World Day to Combat Desertification focuses on human security

Human security is under threat from desertification, land degradation and drought. Combating this threat requires an integrated international response, which is why the theme for this year's World Day to Combat Desertification is 'Conserving land and water = Securing our common future'. Deserti...

UNCCD recognizes importance of satellites for combating desertification

Desertification is a worldwide problem that poses a severe challenge to more than 1.2 billion people in more than 100 countries. Delegates from 191 signatories to the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification gathered in Madrid, Spain, from 3 to 14 September to address this problem that ...

Breakthrough made in assessing marine phytoplankton health

...ery week, all over the planet. Data such as this will be critically important in evaluating the effect on oceans of global warming, climate change, desertification and other changes, the researchers said. It will also be a key to determining which areas of the ocean are limited in their productivity by iron defic...

River delta areas can provide clue to environmental changes, Texas A&M prof says

...c life are not well understood. "It's a big problem that China is facing right now as it attempts to manage severe water shortages, over-grazing and desertification issues for a growing population by manipulating natural water sources from their major rivers through damming and diversions. Over the last 20 years, ...

River delta areas can provide clue to environmental changes, Texas A&M prof says

...c life are not well understood. "It's a big problem that China is facing right now as it attempts to manage severe water shortages, over-grazing and desertification issues for a growing population by manipulating natural water sources from their major rivers through damming and diversions. Over the last 20 years, ...

K-State researchers work with university in Ghana to create biofuels from native tree seeds

... A short rainy season and desertification make growing food in northern Ghana difficult enough. It doesn't help that in this western African country there is little fuel available to power tra...

Turning over a new leaf for future energy supplies

...efficiently. They add that "the scenario of afforestation for energy use will be an important step to realize the United Nations programs to combat desertification and deforestation, without additional costs." ...

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev to host

... countries, are affected by the destructiveness of desertification which leads to famine and rural community displacement. While desertification is an increasing problem worldwide, Israel is the ... success in solving many of Israel's own water and desertification issues that will aid in sustainable development in...

'Arid aquaculture' among livelihoods promoted to relieve worsening pressure on world's drylands

...needed to ensure long-term sustainability of communities and to avoid rapid desertification in the face of growing population pressures," says report co-author Zafar A...ge from 10 to 20 percent while a much larger area is at risk. Reversing desertification "inexpensive" Says Dr. Thomas Schaaf of UNESCO: "Adopting new, alternat...

Arable land can have a negative impact on air quality

...rch (UFZ) and Saxonys regional office of the environment and geology (LfUG) explain that this is particularly relevant in the context of human-induced desertification and climate change. Previously, the Sahara had been seen as the main source of dust carried over long distances to Central Europe. The paper published...
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