Nature to Save
Nature is the supreme environmental asset to be safeguarded. The concept of Nature is very complex but if we entrust it with the appellative of “Living” we realize how essential it has become to safeguard its potential and original functions.
The environmental and environmental protection theme has been active worldwide since 1972. It is being conducted and carried out by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP).
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) is an international organization that has been working against climate change since 1972 to protect the environment and the sustainable use of natural resources.
Its headquarters are in Nairobi (Kenya), but operates in different parts of the world through other administrative offices and consists mainly of an expert staff who make decisions on environmental policies and activities to be carried out in areas of particular interest.
UNEP is organized in six regional offices, six external offices, seven liaison offices and eight sector divisions. The organization is part of the European States which propose efficient solutions to prevent environmental problems from becoming irrecoverable and promote activities that contribute to environmental sustainability at the international level.
UNEP deals with climate change as its main theme, using collective methods geared to development and working to safeguard the future of world society and therefore with the aim of a Nature to be saved.
It controls climate changes and, together with other partnerships, is committed to slowing down these rapid processes that compromise public welfare, since the discomfort of the ecosystem brings economic, environmental and social disadvantages.
Starting from this problem highlights the main priorities and what could be the best eco-compatible strategies to intervene in the global field. The work carried out by UNEP is often accompanied by the Observation System which remotely monitors changes in the ecosystem and its interest revolves around topics such as: mitigation, adaptation, technology and communication.
To perform its functions, it works in coordination with the other UN programs and agencies, with other international organizations, with national States, with NGOs and with representatives of the private sector and civil society, and makes use of scientific support of numerous international research centers.
In collaboration with the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) assesses what climate changes have occurred and studies the situation with appropriate scientific analyzes to understand the causes and consequences of these changes.
A Nature to be saved can not, however, be entrusted only to intergovernmental and vertical decisions; it serves the involvement, awareness and conscience of all the citizens of this planet.
Without knowledge there is no conscience and therefore awareness.
For this reason we wanted to dedicate this page to the presentation of all those territorial “peculiarities” that must be safeguarded or are at risk of extinction or degradation.