"Conscious of their responsibility before God and man, inspired by the determination to promote world peace as an equal partner in a united Europe … Basic Constitutional Law for the Federal Republic of Germany
PDMA demands 15,000 tents
Green Line Bus Rapid Transit ,a green disaster in the making
Pakistan glaciers threatened by climate change, ice-selling
German Government contributes Euro 1 million to WFP towards resilience and food security in Pakistan
Combating climate change: Saarc members told to enhance cooperation
Pakistan has launched decisive action to eliminate terrorism
Sugar mills violating environment protection law
National climate change policy: Provinces, ministries fail to come up with action plans
City’s canals flooded with organic, solid waste
Saturday hottest February day in Karachi in over two decades
Pakistan, Germany to work jointly on Human Rights And Climate Change: Zahid Hamid
New industrial zone proposed to protect environment
Law and order: Safe Cities Project to be expanded, says Shahbaz
Registration of madrassas under National Action Plan to begin in April
Continuing to address the broad range of challenges facing the global community, Heads of State and Government along with other high-level representatives hailed recent diplomatic successes, while decrying the plight of refugees and the crises leading to their flight, during day four of the General Assembly’s annual debate.
1. Executive summary
The economic crisis in Europe continues to hit headlines. According to the last EU figures, 43.6 million of EU citizens find difficulties in accessing food on a daily basis, and trends show that the need for food assistance is likely to increase in the near future.
Over 26 millions of people were unemployed across the EU in April 2013, by 1.7 million more than in April 2012. Youth unemployment figures are particularly alarming, with peaks of 56 per cent in Spain and 62.5 per cent in Greece.
Thursday, November 22, 2012 11:16 AM - St. George's, Grenada
St George’s, Grenada, 22 November, 2012: A two member delegation from the German International Cooperation (GIZ), the implementing agency of the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany met with Ministry of Environment officials this week to finalise plans for the implementation of climate change adaptation project for Grenada which will begin in 2013 for a period of four (4) years.