UN Security Council debates Nord Stream pipeline incidents

The Security Council on Tuesday heatedly debated Russia’s request for a UN-led inquiry into the September explosions along the Nord Stream natural gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea. https://news.un.org/feed/view/en/story/2023/02/1133752
Russian strikes on Ukraine ports ‘further blow to global food security’

Russian strikes on Ukraine ports ‘further blow to global food security’

21 Jul 2023

Russia’s bombardment of Ukrainian ports along the Black Sea could have far-reaching impacts on global food security, UN political affairs chief Rosemary DiCarlo said on Friday in a briefing to the Security Council. 

Ukraine: ‘Senseless war’ has triggered ‘colossal torment’: Griffiths to Security Council 

06 Dec 2022

The torment being unleashed by Russia’s “senseless war”, on the people of Ukraine and beyond, is “colossal”, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator told the Security Council on Tuesday. 


World risks ‘collapse of everything’ without strong climate action, Attenborough warns Security Council

23 Feb 2021

More collective action is needed to address the risks climate change poses to global peace and security, the UN Secretary-General told a high-level Security Council debate on Tuesday, as renowned natural historian David Attenborough warned ambassadors that the planet faces total ‘collapse’.