Ban Ki-Moon makes announcement before the Climate Finance Summit in Denmark related with climate change, social development and energy efficiency.
A group of UN experts said that good progress has been made by Japan in remediation efforts in areas affected by the Fukushima nuclear accident.
The capsule is scheduled to make two braking maneuvers on Wednesday to lose altitude so it can be tugged back into Earth's atmosphere by the planet's gravity and burn up.
Scientists say that threshold is the minimum required to avoid the most devastating effects of climatechange, such as the melting of ice caps and catastrophic rises in sea level.
Scientists develop first complete 'bionic man' that can walk and breathe.
The video shows the men celebrate after pushing the rocks over, cheering “We have now modified Goblin Valley.”
The smog not only forced all primary and middle schools to suspend classes, but shut the airport and some public bus routes.
If the asteroid hits Earth, it would create an explosion equivalent to 2,500 megatons of TNT.
EU Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard said the bloc was within its rights to regulate aircraft emissions within its own airspace.
A Pacific Island man said he and his family would suffer serious harm if forced to return to Kiribati, because there was no land to which he could safely return.
Two countries are agreed on a concencus which aiming at to protect the wildlife.
Deputy head of Iran Space Agency said that three satellites will be delivered to orbit before the current Iranian calendar year ends on March 20, 2014.
The project will convert methane from garbage into electricity. Aims to have 25 megawatt capacity in five years.
Turkish Aerospace Industries Inc. has announced the release date of their brand new helicopter.
Carpenter spent considerably more time on the ocean floor than he did in outer space. In 1965, the astronaut became an aquanaut as part of the Navy's SEALAB II project, spending 30 days living and working at a depth of 204 feet (62 meters) off the California coast.
Temperatures in an average year would be hotter by 2047 than those in the warmest year from 1860-2005 if the greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise.
A Tepco spokesman said the sudden spike in radiation was caused by construction work near the No. 2 building.
OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria says need to achieve zero emissions from fossil fuel sources by the second half of the century.
ASEAN leaders have approved a new system to improve monitoring of smog caused by fires.
LADEE blasted off on Sept. 6 aboard a small rocket that placed the spacecraft into a highly elliptical orbit around Earth.
A study into the brain of Nobel Prize winning German physicist Albert Einstein has revealed some amazing facts.