Guterres made the comments after arriving in New Zealand, where he spoke to media alongside Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in Auckland. Guterres plans to spend three days in New Zealand as part of a trip to the South Pacific to highlight the problems of climate change.
From Amazon rainforests to the Arctic Circle, indigenous peoples are leveraging ancestral knowhow to protect habitats that have sustained them for hundreds and even thousands of years, according to a landmark UN assessment of biodiversity released Monday.
What about the indigenous people of Europe?
Diplomats from 130 nations gathered in Paris on Monday to validate a grim UN assessment of the state of Nature and lay the groundwork for a rescue plan for life on Earth.
The destruction of Nature threatens humanity “at least as much as human-induced climate change,” UN biodiversity chief Robert Watson said as the five-day meeting began.
“We have a closing window of opportunity to act and narrowing options.”
It’s long been the utopian dream of many blue sky thinkers, but floating cities may soon become a reality as the United Nations has thrown its weight behind plans to build hurricane-proof urban areas in the sea.
According to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) website, the pinstripes from New York became the first major North American sports team to sign on to the Framework that was launched by UN Climate Change and the sports sector at COP24 on Dec. 11, 2018 “to gather sports organizations, teams, athletes, and fans in a concerted effort to raise awareness and action to meet the goals of the Paris [Climate Change] Agreement.”
“Neo-Nazis, white supremacists, ‘incels,’ nativists and radical anti-globalists who resort to violent acts are a threat to the stability of my country and countries around the world,” Freeland said.
Earlier this week, Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl told Brussels the government was opposed to a report by the European Commission’s Legal Service declaring that the UN compact should have legally binding consequences for every EU member state including those which withdrew from the agreement. The compact describes mass migration as “inevitable, necessary and desirable”.
The United Nations office in Geneva, home to its Human Rights Council, is currently showcasing a large photograph of the Argentinian revolutionary Che Guevara, despite his record of violence, repression, and egregious human rights abuses.
Hillel Neuer, the executive director of U.N. Watch, a watchdog that aims to expose profligacy and human rights failures throughout the organization, tweeted the picture of the photograph on show at the building in Switzerland.
This reminds me of the time I exposed the TDSB for it’s hagiography of Che.
Almost 27 years after the United Nations adopted the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), many scientists now say there is no crisis caused by climate change.
With Justin Trudeau being one of the architects of the UN Global Migration Pact that makes illegal migration to Canada, or any other country a “human right,” I guess Canada will get the motherlode of Muslim freeloaders posing as “irregular” migrants.
“We are in the new era,” Lee said, about how the internet has permeated people’s lives over the past four decades. Asked if Facebook should have journalistic standards to ensure content hosted on the site is credible and accurate, the former B.C. Liberal MLA said because the company operates worldwide, “I think United Nations should have a body to regulate those activities.”
Monday was UN Holocaust Remembrance Day, when the United Nations was supposed to pay homage to victims of the Holocaust. As part of the proceedings, the Austrian and Norwegian missions to the UN hosted a well-attended event, complete with high-end food and beverages. Among the included drinks were a variety of wines.
Sweden’s leftist establishment and media believe a cornerstone of their perfect society is multiculturalism: large scale immigration from some of the poorest, most backward nations on earth. Swedes who disagree with that plan risk being labeled racist, fascist, even Nazi.
“We had a perfectly good country,” Ingrid Carlqvist, a journalist said. “A rich country, a nice country, and in a few years’ time, that country will be gone.”
In the interview, the CBC female reporter acts as if the evidences of “Liberal’s support of the UN’s One World Government” are just Maxime Bernier’s facts, while it’s supposed to be the media’s job to already know and be reporting on these facts.
In a short video, Micke Willgert from Swedish Webb Television tells us what everyone should know about the UN Migration Pact.
Various politicians and news channels have stubbornly argued that the agreement is not legally binding.
The truth, however, is that “non-legally binding” occurs twice in the agreement – while “we commit to” occurs no less than 38 times.