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Lead Pipe and Paint Action Plan Announced by the White House
Lead Pipe and Paint Action Plan Announced by the White House
1/20/2022 8:41:55 AM
Last month, the Biden Administration released its Lead Pipe and Paint Action Plan. The plan represents a significant effort to deploy resources from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law while leveraging tools across federal, state, and local government to deliver clean drinking water, replace lead pipes, and remediate lead paint.
UK should prioritise vaccinating other countries over boosters at home – poll
UK should prioritise vaccinating other countries over boosters at home – poll
1/19/2022 4:16:31 AM
• 63% would prefer the UK to share vaccines with developing countries rather than deliver more boosters at home, to prevent the spread of new variant • 72% support the idea that ‘Ending the Covid-19 pandemic globally in 2022 should be the top priority for the UK Government • 72% believe the UK economy will continue to suffer until the pandemic is defeated globally …
Greenpeace calls for global treaty to include the whole life cycle of plastics
Greenpeace calls for global treaty to include the whole life cycle of plastics
1/19/2022 3:37:55 AM
In February 2022, national governments and multinationals will gather for the next session of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA 5.2), presenting the international community with a unique opportunity to take substantial decisions on plastic pollution.
UNESCO and Bethlehem Municipality sign a partnership agreement
UNESCO and Bethlehem Municipality sign a partnership agreement
1/17/2022 10:33:46 AM
Head of Office and UNESCO Representative to Palestine, Ms. Noha Bawazir, signed an agreement with the Mayor of Bethlehem, H.E. Mr. Anton Salman. The agreement aims to enhance the Cultural Creative Industries in Bethlehem.
UNICEF ready to support families and children in the aftermath of volcanic eruption and tsunami in Tonga
UNICEF ready to support families and children in the aftermath of volcanic eruption and tsunami in Tonga
1/17/2022 10:30:11 AM
UNICEF Pacific is ready to work together with the Government of Tonga and its partners to ensure urgent life-saving support is provided to families and children in the aftermath of the volcanic eruption and tsunami.
E.U. Parliament Reacts to New Investigation by Ian Urbina & The Outlaw Ocean Project
1/14/2022 3:03:49 AM
An investigation on the E.U.’s outsourcing of immigration enforcement to Libya prompted further discourse among politicians, religious leaders, human rights advocates, and legislators.
City in California Awarded Millions for Perchlorate Contamination
City in California Awarded Millions for Perchlorate Contamination
1/13/2022 8:52:47 AM
The City of Pomona, California was recently awarded $48 million dollars in damages by a federal jury in a case against a foreign fertilizer provider that city officials blamed for causing groundwater contamination.
UNESCO promotes a global event on water in megacities
UNESCO promotes a global event on water in megacities
1/12/2022 4:37:59 PM
This week, UNESCO promotes the  Water, Megacities and Global Change - Second International Conference. The online event is free and intends to bring together more than 2,000 participants to search for solutions for global access to water, which is becoming a concern, especially in urban areas.
Climate Failure and Social Crisis Top Global Risks 2022
Climate Failure and Social Crisis Top Global Risks 2022
1/11/2022 12:49:06 PM
• Top risks are climate crisis, growing social divides, heightened cyber risks and an uneven global recovery, as pandemic lingers on • Global survey of experts finds only 1 in 6 are optimistic and only 1 in 10 believe the global recovery will accelerate • To resolve these systemic issues, global leaders must adopt a coordinated multistakeholder response, even as room …
Tata Motors Delivers All-New Winger Vaccine Van in Pantnagar, Strives to Support Government Vaccination Drive
Tata Motors Delivers All-New Winger Vaccine Van in Pantnagar, Strives to Support Government Vaccination Drive
1/5/2022 7:51:22 PM
Furthering its commitment to improve the wellbeing of the communities in which it operates, Tata Motors, India’s leading automobile company, announced the delivery of Two Tata Winger Vaccine Vans to the Indian Red Cross Society to support Government’s COVID vaccination drive, raise awareness, and enhance coverage in rural pockets of Udham Singh Nagar District.
Two children killed and five injured in Syria as the new year starts
Two children killed and five injured in Syria as the new year starts
1/5/2022 7:00:12 PM
  “In just the past four days – since the new year began – two children were killed and another five were injured in the northwest of Syria as violence escalated.
Statement by Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on USMCA Dairy Panel Ruling
Statement by Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on USMCA Dairy Panel Ruling
1/5/2022 1:42:19 PM
“Today, the U.S. Trade Representative announced that  the United States has prevailed in the first dispute settlement panel proceeding  under the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
OSHA’s New Top 10 Citations List and Programs to Prevent Workplace Injuries, Illnesses, Fatalities and Costly Noncompliance Penalties
OSHA’s New Top 10 Citations List and Programs to Prevent Workplace Injuries, Illnesses, Fatalities and Costly Noncompliance Penalties
1/3/2022 2:12:48 PM
Each year, thousands of workers die on the job and millions more are injured or develop occupational illnesses. Tragically, as recently as 2019, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) reports that 5,333 workers lost their lives.
Smithsonian Continues Collecting Artifacts from Jan. 6 Capitol Attack
Smithsonian Continues Collecting Artifacts from Jan. 6 Capitol Attack
1/3/2022 12:10:16 PM
To mark the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has announced it is continuing collecting efforts to document the day and its larger impact on American democracy.
Gambian youth express commitment to embark on sensitization on MIL
Gambian youth express commitment to embark on sensitization on MIL
12/31/2021 9:32:04 AM
Young people from across The Gambia have expressed their commitment to embark on sensitization campaigns to make their constituents and societies aware of how to access, critically evaluate, consume and use media and information.
Covid-19: Wealthy states and pharma companies catastrophically failed to ensure equal access to vaccines in 2021
Covid-19: Wealthy states and pharma companies catastrophically failed to ensure equal access to vaccines in 2021
12/31/2021 9:23:21 AM
Wealthy states and pharma companies have catastrophically failed to ensure equal access to vaccines, leaving billions of people without life-saving medicines this year, Amnesty International said today as 2021 draws to a close.
Together on the road to evidence-informed decision-making for health in the post-pandemic era: new EVIPNet Call for Action
Together on the road to evidence-informed decision-making for health in the post-pandemic era: new EVIPNet Call for Action
12/30/2021 1:09:50 PM
Evidence-informed decision-making is essential for improving the health and well-being of populations, and the COVID-19 pandemic has recently put a bright spotlight on the evidence–policy–society nexus.
NASA Plans Coverage of Webb Space Telescope Deployments
NASA Plans Coverage of Webb Space Telescope Deployments
12/30/2021 12:47:49 PM
Over about the next two weeks, NASA will provide broadcast coverage, a media briefing, and other updates on major deployment milestones for the James Webb Space Telescope, the world’s largest and most powerful space science telescope.
Save the Children staff identified among the dead after burnt bodies found in Myanmar
Save the Children staff identified among the dead after burnt bodies found in Myanmar
12/28/2021 1:23:33 PM
 It is with profound sadness that we are confirming today that two members of Save the Children’s staff were among at least 35 people, including women and children, who were killed on Friday 24th  December in an attack by the Myanmar military in Kayah State, in the east of the country.
UNHCR regrets loss of life in the Aegean Sea, with at least 31 dead and more missing
UNHCR regrets loss of life in the Aegean Sea, with at least 31 dead and more missing
12/28/2021 1:17:23 PM
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is deeply distressed by the recent tragic death toll in Greece’s Aegean Sea. At least 31 people lost their lives in three separate shipwrecks between 21 and 24 December, while an unknown number are still missing.