We have wiped out more than half of animal species in the world World Wide Fund for Nature, WWF, Switzerland, NOTIMEX October 1, 2014 | Human activity is largely responsible for the disappearance of over 50% of animal species in the world since 1970, warned…View More We have wiped out more than half of animal species in the world
Food, energy and water demand integrated approach New Delhi. February 2014, India The populations and incomes continue to grow, the demand on food, energy and water demand was also growing, calling for efficient use of resources in all three areas and attention to the technological…View More Food, energy and water demand integrated approach
Increasing world population demand: higher water consumption, an increase of water stored, greater management of water sources, strategic handling of irrigation water, a larger sewage treatment, an increase in water infrastructure, an increase of irrigated areas, major scientific and technical activity.View More The world population sustainability demands more water available and agricultural production
World Oceans Day 2012 Irina Bokova, UNESCO Director-General, on the occasion of World Oceans Day 2012 World Oceans Day is a time to celebrate our common treasure, which makes the Earth habitable for people by providing and regulating the climate, weather, oxygen, food and…View More World Oceans Day 2012
Latin American and Caribbean countries reaffirm commitment to eradicating hunger FAO, Buenos Aires/Roma, 30/03/2012. Regional Conference also establishes priorities for FAO action in Latin American and the Caribbean In response to a call by FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva, countries of Latin America…View More Latin American and Caribbean countries reaffirm commitment to eradicating hunger
AGUA Center, Agua Tuya Program, International Water and Sanitation Centre, IRC. Water use in the community of Challacaba, District 9, Cochabamba in Bolivia Cochabamba, 2005, Bolivia. Taken from InfoAndina which is a program of the Consortium for Sustainable Development of the Andean Ecoregion (CONDESAN). The…View More Water use in the community of Challacaba, District 9, Cochabamba in Bolivia
The steady increase in world population, low birth control by the non developed countries, excessive pollution of the environment, inadequate protection of the marine environment, the systematic neglect of agriculture in many countries, the high demand for food, inadequate water management.View More The excessive global population growth threatens its sustainability.