News

22 April 2014.
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Water for Life and Peace
GIORGIO ARMANI CONTINUES THE PARTNERSHIP WITH GREEN CROSS TO SUPPORT PROJECTS IN SRI LANKA, IVORY COAST AND SENEGAL FOR FIRST TIME 
17 April 2014.
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Value Change
17 April 2014 | Geneva, Switzerland: Green Cross national organizations in seven countries are this year marking 20 years of action to promote sustainability and security, a milestone being hailed by Green Cross International, which tomorrow also celebrates its 21st anniversary.
9 April 2014.
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Value Change
Cairo, Egypt: Green Cross International President Alexander Likhotal has joined the Board of Trustees of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the world-renowned library and seat of learning located in the Egyptian Mediterranean city of Alexandria.
Medical waste, Environmental security, Green cross, GCI
1 April 2014.
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Environmental Security and Sustainability
Contaminated pathogens, chemical and radioactive substances and medical waste pose serious public health and environmental risks, and medical waste management must be improved, according to a Green Cross-backed project, the results of which were presented 28 March 2014 during the 5th annual Conference of Biological Safety Association for Central Asia and the Caucasus (BACAC) in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia.
Nuclear, weapons, Nuclear Security Summit, Paul Walker
28 March 2014.
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Environmental Security and Sustainability
The global Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) brought together 53 countries this week in The Hague, The Netherlands, to discuss how best to protect nuclear-related facilities and fissile materials, especially bomb-grade highly enriched uranium and plutonium subject to theft, diversion, and misuse.  
Nuclear missile, weapons, Nuclear Security Summit, Green Cross, GCI, Paul Walker
21 March 2014.
category:
Environmental Security and Sustainability
Green Cross International applauds next week's convening of the third governmental Nuclear Security Summit (NSS), plus related civil society and industry events, the goals of which are to improve the security and safety of nuclear and radioactive materials in dozens of countries around the world to prevent their theft or diversion for nuclear or radioactive bomb-making by subnational terrorist groups.

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