International Biodiversity Day

International Day for Biological Diversity is celebrated annually on May 22 since 2001. This memorable ecological date was proclaimed by the General Assembly in 1995, a special resolution (NA/RES/49/119) based on the recommendation of the Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), which was held in 1994. It should be noted that the initial resolution date was set as the International Biodiversity Day on 29 December, the day of entry into force. But later the UN General Assembly postponed the International Day for Biological Diversity on 22 May — the day of the signing of the Convention

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Environmentalists call for Obama to deal with ekoproblemami

Environmental policy of Barack Obama during his first term as president was criticized by environmentalists, has already prepared a list of fundamental tasks, which the newly elected president, according to environmentalists, to be solved in the next four years, according to the U.S. Center for Biological Diversity.

"Roughly speaking, when it came to solving the most critical environmental issues of our time, the first term of the Obama presidency was a disappointment: the climate crisis continues to deepen, the animals continue to die with frightening speed, and politicians and encourage polluters limitation laws protecting our water, air and wildlife,

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