GUANGZHOU, China, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — On 15 September 2020, the 75th session of the UN General Assembly was opened. World leaders called for efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a shared vision to end poverty, rescue the planet and build a peaceful world. As the year 2020 marks the beginning of […]"Guangzhou Award Invites Cities to Take Joint Action to Address Global Problems"
ABU DHABI, Émirats Arabes Unis, 30 septembre 2020 /PRNewswire/ — La municipalité d’Abu Dhabi opte pour un partenariat avec Huawei, une société qui possède la majorité des données du marché de centre de données modulaire mondial, pour la construction d’un Centre de récupération de données en cas de sinistre à la pointe TIER-IV. Conditions de stockage […]"La municipalité d’Abu Dhabi choisi Huawei pour la construction de son Centre de récupération de données en cas de catastrophe"
Tony Blair: This is a huge opportunity to help Africa fulfil its potential as a major source of food, not just for Africans, but for the world IMPROVATE founder & chair Irina Nevzlin: “During the current time of crisis, leaders need to unite and work together to implement common goals and solve common problems.” TEL […]"IMPROVATE brings together African nations and Israeli tech companies to tackle food security challenges"
JUBA , SOUTH SUDAN – A top U.N. official says South Sudan’s peace process is limping along and faces serious challenges that could lead to a further escalation in violence. David Shearer, the special representative of the U.N. Secretary General in South Sudan (UNMISS) told reporters in Juba Tuesday urgent action is needed to put the peace process back on track. “The cabinet is meeting irregularly, and people tell me that they want to see…"UNMISS Chief: South Sudan Peace Process Limping Along"
U.S. lawmakers convened a hearing Wednesday in Washington on what they said was an erosion of democratic institutions in parts of sub-Saharan Africa and its impact on the region’s economic growth as well as access to health and education resources. Several countries in sub-Saharan Africa are retreating from core democratic principles, said Representative Karen Bass, chair of the House subcommittee on Africa, global health, global human rights and international organizations. “Democratic backsliding includes but is…"US Lawmakers: Democratic Institutions Backsliding in Sub-Saharan Africa"
29 September 2020, Rome/Nairobi/New York – At the global event marking today the first International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and their partners urged everyone to do more to reduce food loss and waste or risk an even greater drop in food security and natural resources. Some 690 million people today are hungry and three billion cannot afford a healthy…"Food loss and waste must be reduced for greater food security and environmental sustainability"