The video “Peace” combines photographs showing United Nations activities around the world, and the song, “Peace” composed by Patrick Howey, to highlight the ways in which the United Nations builds and supports sustainable peace.
The United Nations mourns former Secretary-General
For International Sign Language Day, 23 September, the UN has produced an American Sign Language version of the curtain raiser video shown during #COSP11, introduced and signed by Nyle DiMarco.
For International Sign Language Day, 23 September, the UN has produced an International Sign Language version of the curtain raiser video shown during #COSP11, signed by Carol-lee Aquiline.
Nuclear technology for climate, mitigation, monitoring and adaptation was the theme of this year’s IAEA Scientific Forum, a two-day event held every year on the margins of the General Conference.
Representatives, including at ministerial level and above, from most of the IAEA’s 170 Member States will convene at the 62nd IAEA General Conference on Monday, to deliberate on key elements of the Agency’s priorities and work
Climate change is undeniable. The science is beyond doubt. Solutions are staring us in the face. We have an opportunity to forge a new path towards a better tomorrow.
“Trees give us shade and help us conserve our environment” says Irma Cocul, a young Q’eqchi woman from Alta Verapaz, Guatemala. Her indigenous community is working to reforest over 400 hectares of land damaged by climate change, illegal logging
UN is building coalitions with leaders from government, business, and communities to accelerate progress on climate action to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement and keep global temperature rise to well below 2 degrees. Progress is being made but m
Technetium-99m is the most widely used radioisotope in diagnostic nuclear medicine. Over 10,000 hospitals worldwide use it to detect cancer, cardiovascular and other chronic diseases, so that they can be treated.