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Press Release February 2001
A Statement For The Media by UNEP About Forests in Kenya Global Warming: Africa Hit Hardest Significant Changes Likely In The Arctic From Climate Change Global warming report details impacts on people and nature UNEP confirms plutonium found in DU ammunition STREAMLINING BIOLOGICAL CONVENTIONS COULD SAVE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS FOR CONSERVING WORLD'S WILDLIFE MERCURY ASSESSMENT AMONG KEY DECISIONS TAKEN AT END OF UNEP GOVERNING COUNCIL VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA TO HOST UNEP INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S CONFERENCE IN 2002 Explorers in Antarctica Find Fresh Evidence of Global Warming Globalization Threat to World's Cultural, Linguistic and Biological Diversity Explore the virtual environmental reality On UNEP dot net Melting Permafrost may accelerate Global Warming, UNEP Scientists Warn NEW SPECIES OF MAMMAL DISCOVERED BY UNEP-BACKED EXPEDITION TOEPFER CALLS FOR ADEQUATE FUNDING FOR UNEP UNEP LAUNCHES SECOND PHASE OF ITS PLAN TO HALT POLLUTION OF NAIROBI RIVERS IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE TO COST THE WORLD $US 300 BILLION A YEAR

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