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www.sneezz.info   is an interactive website on global activities, observing the Lake Geneva Region and the creative Wide World, where major challenges facing mankind are addressed.

What will daily life be like tomorrow? Geneva is one of the main hubs of global negotiations searching for an answer to this question. Citizens, civil society, journalists, students, researchers, international servants, NGOs, artists, writers, photographers, films makers, experts, decision makers, enterprises, farmers and everyone worldwide all need to know what is at stake in their field of activity. 

www.sneezz.info is an accessible, concise and independent digest of "the best of Geneva’s planetary agora" based on a aggregation of international press and independant articles. This platform will provide actors the context to play their role as global citizens. 

At www. sneezz.info we will snort and we will sneeze the information.

Let’s Use the UN in Geneva for Practical Journalism Training

Global journalism is taught in New York, Örebrö, Toronto, Sheffield, Karachi, Rhodes (South Africa)… The Reuters Foundation, BBC, Media Action, Internews and countless other organizations practice it in the field. In Bonn, the Deutsche Welle trains journalists from the South, and organizes an annual global Media Forum, which is very well attended.

Genève va accueillir un mégaprojet environnemental

Environment.Un centre dédié au développement durable devrait voir le jour à Lancy. Un aquarium et un planétarium sont prévus. Le projet «Objectif Terre» est devisé à plus de 200 millions.

G-8: “Global Financial Transaction Tax is a Human Rights Imperative”

GENEVA (UN Human Rights) – As European Union (EU) Finance Ministers meet on 15 May to coincide with the G-8 Summit in Camp David, a group of United Nations independent experts urged the EU to take the lead in promoting the adoption of a global financial transaction tax to offset the costs of the enduring economic, financial, fuel, climate and food crises, and to protect basic human rights.

Le Fonds vert pour le climat bientôt à Genève?

En 2010, la communauté internationale a créé le Fonds vert pour le climat (Green Climate Fund), afin d'aider les pays en voie de développement à affronter les nouveaux défis climatiques. En effet, sans l'aide des pays riches, ces nations qui doivent lutter contre la pauvreté ne parviennent ni à réduire leurs émissions de gaz à effet de serre, ni à prendre des mesures d'adaptation aux changements météorologiques.


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