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12 October 2016 International Day for Disaster Reduction 2016: «Live to Tell»
4 October 2016 Study module on Integrated Water Resources Management is presented in Bishkek
26 September 2016 The results of the International scientific conference “Water Resources of Central Asia and Their Use” are summarized in Almaty
25 September 2016 UNESCO strengthens capacities of Central Asian young specialists in water resources management
31 August 2016 The first in Kazakhstan university course on Climate risks management was presented in Kyzylorda
22 July 2016 UNESCO Almaty Office supports glacier research and capacity building
21 July 2016 Biosphere Reserves of the Asia-Pacific Region in the Center of Discussion
5 April 2016 UN World Water Development Report 2016: launch in Central Asia
12 December 2015 Training on “Integrated water resources management” course for university teachers from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan
10 November 2015 Climate risk management: new study course for the universities of Kyzylorda region
28 October 2015 UNESCO takes part in the first Central Asia Earthquake Risk Reduction Forum
10 June 2015 The Aksu-Zhabagly, Kazakhstan added to UNESCO’s World Network of Biosphere Reserves
21 November 2014 Glaciers melting in Central Asia: recommendations made
26 October 2014 Seismology and regional cooperation workshop in South and Central Asia
5 June 2014 Kazakhstan’s natural reserves may be included in the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves