Enough Resources for the World? Why the G7 Should Engage in the Conservation of Natural Resources
Developing Green Economies for Sustainability and Competitiveness
Sustainable cities present an opportunity to become centres of resource efficiency.
Sustainable, peaceful development in the post-2015 agenda will depend on the ability of the international community to treat the wildlife and forest crime seriously and take firm action against it.
Today, more than half of the world population lives in cities, and the trend continues, as some predict that urban dwellers will represent 70 per cent of the world's population by 2050.
The only insurance against climate change impacts is ambitious global mitigation action in the long-run combined with large-scale, rapidly increasing and predictable funding for adaptation.
On problems, challenges, our responsibilities and above all the opportunities that forests provide for our common future.
Rethinking the way we design, produce, consume and dispose of resources will determine our ability to live within planetary boundaries.
The latest UNEP Emissions Gap Report released in November 2014 indicated that the world only have an estimated budget of 1000 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide that can be emitted into the atmosphere and exceeding this budget would increase the risk of severe, pervasive and in some cases irreversible climate change impacts.
11 per cent of the world's population - 783 million people - are still without access to safe water
Adopting a landscape approach in policy making can help us to better analyze and assess the trade-offs between different forms of land-use, and to make decisions that are just, and environmentally and economically sound.
Talks Continue on Efforts to Leverage further Synergies between Ozone Layer Protection and Climate Change Mitigation