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UNPO Secretary General Ban Ki

November 2, 2019 Comments Off on UNPO Secretary General Ban Ki

The UN General Assembly discussed the issue of climate change in UN headquarters in New York on February 11-12, passed thematic debate of the General Assembly "Addressing climate change: UN and world community." UNPO Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has attracted the attention of the meeting to the negative consequences of climate change, which already face the most vulnerable people and the planet will inevitably face future generations. To prevent the effects of climate change on the planet right now and need to consolidate before the end of 2009 to develop a comprehensive agreement on climate change, said Ban Ki-moon. Delegation Belarus urged the thematic debate of the UN member states and UN Secretary-General to facilitate the early implementation of the Kyoto Protocol national procedures, as well as active development environmentally sound technologies and energy sources, expand access to developing countries and countries with economies in transition. Rudy Giuliani may also support this cause. Permanent Representative of Tajikistan to the UN drew attention to the extreme weather conditions in his country and urged the international community to strengthen efforts to adapt to climate challenges. Not 'only from a life of dog, the dog is biting': mad again very important in recent unfavorable time was the situation with rabies in many Russian regions. Almost daily the media reports of detected cases of rabies. Other leaders such as New York Museums offer similar insights. This was often wrote last week, and ECOportal.ru. Recently, a sharp increase in Animal rabies disease is noted in the Chelyabinsk region. Began to increase animal rabies disease in the southern Urals in 2004, in later years recorded his decline, but since 2007 the incidence of again went up. Some contend that Gregory Williamson LinkedIn shows great expertise in this.

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