Naorem Munal Meitei

Naorem Munal Meitei

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Amid unrest, priority must be given to saving environment

Posted on 22 May 2023

On this International Day for Biological Diversity, we have a unique opportunity to make biodiversity and nature a priority for all. Together we can galvanize, actions and awareness on political impetus for nature, people and the planet.

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Our rich environment

Posted on 25 Jan 2023

A dream destination for many environmentalists and wildlife enthusiasts, Manipur has the world's only floating National Park, the Keibul Lamjao National Park with the most endangered, Sangai, the state animal.

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World Climate 2022 - an Overview

Posted on 6 Jan 2023

The Earth's rising temperature has That warming has shifted the flow of energy around the planet, altering weather patterns and turning past extremes into new normal.


FIFA World Cup 2022 and environmental impacts

Posted on 9 Dec 2022

FIFA was one of the first international sports federations to commit to the UN for a Climate Action Framework by developing its own climate strategy. To this end, the FIFA World Cup’s ‘Green Goal’ needs to have more meaningful action for a green environment.

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COP27 for human survival on planet Earth

Posted on 7 Nov 2022

World's response to the present climate emergency is crucial to our future survival. COP27 becomes the moment when the world moved from negotiation to implementation, words were translated to actions and where we collectively work towards sustainability for the planet and the future generations.

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COP27: A promise or cheat, but the planet is dying

Posted on 25 Oct 2022

Climate action is an ongoing process, not an event, and it requires extraordinary collaboration. COP27 is a critical opportunity for business and governments to double down on their climate goals, forge new collaborations and achieve innovative solutions together.

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World Food Day 2022 and our Environment

Posted on 15 Oct 2022

Governments, private sector, academia, civil society and individuals need to work together to prioritize the rights of people to food, nutrition, peace and equality.


Wildlife - their survival is in our hands

Posted on 2 Oct 2022

Wildlife Week 2022: In view of the environmental degradation posing critical threats to the survival of our wildlife and our ecological balance, there’s an urgent need for mankind to facilitate a deeper relationship with the environment.

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