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They decided to become UN Volunteers to contribute to UNEP’s mission of preserving the unique natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country that is among the richest in biological diversity in Europe, prides itself in being home to dozens of endemic species of flora and fauna. (...) An essential part of Ehlimana and Matea’s work is ensuring public awareness of the project and advocating for protection of natural habitats of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Under UNEP’s guidance, UN Volunteers are working together with a wide range of stakeholders, government institutions and local communities to conserve the unique natural beauty of the country and safeguard the wellbeing of its communities. (...) With their acquired experience and determination to succeed, these UN Volunteers strongly believe that UNEP will achieve the project's objective and expand Bosnia and Herzegovina's protected areas while preserving the unique and beautiful nature of their country. *UN Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a key government partner in a number of environment-related processes, including the design and execution of the national Global Environment Facility portfolio.
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Score: 1112077.4 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/es/node/3574
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They decided to become UN Volunteers to contribute to UNEP’s mission of preserving the unique natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country that is among the richest in biological diversity in Europe, prides itself in being home to dozens of endemic species of flora and fauna. (...) An essential part of Ehlimana and Matea’s work is ensuring public awareness of the project and advocating for protection of natural habitats of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Under UNEP’s guidance, UN Volunteers are working together with a wide range of stakeholders, government institutions and local communities to conserve the unique natural beauty of the country and safeguard the wellbeing of its communities. (...) With their acquired experience and determination to succeed, these UN Volunteers strongly believe that UNEP will achieve the project's objective and expand Bosnia and Herzegovina's protected areas while preserving the unique and beautiful nature of their country. *UN Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a key government partner in a number of environment-related processes, including the design and execution of the national Global Environment Facility portfolio.
Language:English
Score: 1112077.4 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/fr/node/3574
Data Source: un
They decided to become UN Volunteers to contribute to UNEP’s mission of preserving the unique natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country that is among the richest in biological diversity in Europe, prides itself in being home to dozens of endemic species of flora and fauna. (...) An essential part of Ehlimana and Matea’s work is ensuring public awareness of the project and advocating for protection of natural habitats of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Under UNEP’s guidance, UN Volunteers are working together with a wide range of stakeholders, government institutions and local communities to conserve the unique natural beauty of the country and safeguard the wellbeing of its communities. (...) With their acquired experience and determination to succeed, these UN Volunteers strongly believe that UNEP will achieve the project's objective and expand Bosnia and Herzegovina's protected areas while preserving the unique and beautiful nature of their country. *UN Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a key government partner in a number of environment-related processes, including the design and execution of the national Global Environment Facility portfolio.
Language:English
Score: 1112077.4 - https://www.unv.org/fr/node/3574
Data Source: un
They decided to become UN Volunteers to contribute to UNEP’s mission of preserving the unique natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country that is among the richest in biological diversity in Europe, prides itself in being home to dozens of endemic species of flora and fauna. (...) An essential part of Ehlimana and Matea’s work is ensuring public awareness of the project and advocating for protection of natural habitats of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Under UNEP’s guidance, UN Volunteers are working together with a wide range of stakeholders, government institutions and local communities to conserve the unique natural beauty of the country and safeguard the wellbeing of its communities. (...) With their acquired experience and determination to succeed, these UN Volunteers strongly believe that UNEP will achieve the project's objective and expand Bosnia and Herzegovina's protected areas while preserving the unique and beautiful nature of their country. *UN Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a key government partner in a number of environment-related processes, including the design and execution of the national Global Environment Facility portfolio.
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Score: 1112077.4 - https://www.unv.org/es/node/3574
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Relief type of the area of the aspiring Geopark can be divided into three natural entities: the karst area of the Imotska Krajina, Imotski polje, and the area of the Biokovo mountain, with a wide view to the central and southern Adriatic islands. (...) Due to its exceptional geomorphology, beauty of the landscape and great biodiversity, geopark includes the Biokovo mountain, declared a Nature Park in 1981. (...) Blue and Red lakes are protected in the category of Monuments of Nature in 1964., and are some of the most amazing world’s phenomena.
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Score: 1111052 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...kovo-imotski_lakes_croatia.pdf
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The photos express a stunning array of diverse and compelling perspectives capturing humanity’s resilience and undaunted hope for a brighter future; a profound awareness of our interconnectedness; a deep aspiration for equality, justice and inclusion; and a sense of awe for nature’s beauty and its power to sustain all life. (...) I want a world where the natural resources we are carelessly abusing are protected so others may have the chance to admire the beauty we have been blessed to witness. (...) When you least expect it, you may meet others who seek to create a better world just like you." ✖ Nataliya Sevriukova, Ukraine "I want a world that preserves the beauty and diversity of wildlife where my children can discover wild animals in their natural habitats and not only in pictures.
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Score: 1107058.2 - https://www.un.org/en/node/98691
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Press release UNESCO Global Geoparks Cave of Hotton, Hotton: This extraordinary natural heritage is the only cave to be fully listed as a protected site, and was even awarded two stars in the Michelin guide. (...) (Famenne-Ardenne Geopark, Belgium) - Download 2018geopark_belgium06 2018geopark_belgium06.jpg Wéris, Durbuy: Wéris, one of the “Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia”, is far and wide renowned for its puddingstone dolmens and menhirs dating back to circa 3000 BC. (Famenne-Ardenne Geopark, Belgium) ©Geopark Famenne-Ardenne 2018geopark_belgium06 ©Geopark Famenne-Ardenne Wéris, Durbuy: Wéris, one of the “Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia”, is far and wide renowned for its puddingstone dolmens and menhirs dating back to circa 3000 BC.
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Score: 1106867.4 - https://en.unesco.org/gallerie...enne-ardenne-geopark-belgium-0
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Press release UNESCO Global Geoparks Cave of Hotton, Hotton: This extraordinary natural heritage is the only cave to be fully listed as a protected site, and was even awarded two stars in the Michelin guide. (...) (Famenne-Ardenne Geopark, Belgium) - Download 2018geopark_belgium06 2018geopark_belgium06.jpg Wéris, Durbuy: Wéris, one of the “Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia”, is far and wide renowned for its puddingstone dolmens and menhirs dating back to circa 3000 BC. (Famenne-Ardenne Geopark, Belgium) ©Geopark Famenne-Ardenne 2018geopark_belgium06 ©Geopark Famenne-Ardenne Wéris, Durbuy: Wéris, one of the “Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia”, is far and wide renowned for its puddingstone dolmens and menhirs dating back to circa 3000 BC.
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Score: 1106867.4 - https://en.unesco.org/photo-galleries/27793
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Our Beautiful Ocean​ | Naciones Unidas Skip to main content Toggle navigation Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Exhibits Search the United Nations Submit Search Índice de la A a la Z Toggle navigation Home About Us Online Gallery » Sustainable Development Peace and Security Human Rights Humanitarian Action Climate Action Women And Girls UN History Archive Contact Us FAQs » For Visitors For Exhibitors Our Beautiful Ocean​ As part of the annual World Oceans Day celebrations, the Our Beautiful Ocean exhibit highlights the beauty of the ocean, some of the challenges it faces, in particular from plastic waste, and how humans are helping to overcome this. ​​ (...) [Photo/Domenico Tripodi] 2018 World Oceans Day – Underwater Seascapes Category Winner Beauty and the Beast​ Some of the most beautiful species in our oceans, such as the colorful lionfish, or the European fan worms in the image above, have also become invasive species after being introduced into new ecosystems, usually by humans, where they compete with native species.​​ (...) Grant Thomas is a Scottish award-winning international photographer who dedicates his life to capturing mother natures’ finest moments. In 2018 he was named British Underwater Photographer of the Year.​
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Score: 1097667.8 - https://www.un.org/es/node/74072
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Our Beautiful Ocean​ | Nações Unidas Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Exhibits Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home About Us Online Gallery » Sustainable Development Peace and Security Human Rights Humanitarian Action Climate Action Women And Girls UN History Archive Contact Us FAQs » For Visitors For Exhibitors Our Beautiful Ocean​ As part of the annual World Oceans Day celebrations, the Our Beautiful Ocean exhibit highlights the beauty of the ocean, some of the challenges it faces, in particular from plastic waste, and how humans are helping to overcome this. ​​ (...) [Photo/Domenico Tripodi] 2018 World Oceans Day – Underwater Seascapes Category Winner Beauty and the Beast​ Some of the most beautiful species in our oceans, such as the colorful lionfish, or the European fan worms in the image above, have also become invasive species after being introduced into new ecosystems, usually by humans, where they compete with native species.​​ (...) Grant Thomas is a Scottish award-winning international photographer who dedicates his life to capturing mother natures’ finest moments. In 2018 he was named British Underwater Photographer of the Year.​
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Score: 1097667.8 - https://www.un.org/pt/node/74072
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