Protecting ecosystems

Human life depends directly on terrestrial ecosystems (soils, forests, animal species, etc. .) and marine ecosystems (oceans, seas, marine resources). Regulating human activities, protecting resources, restoring degraded species, encouraging sustainable uses, etc. - the commitments of the international community are clear and the assessment of policies all the more necessary.

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Valuing Natural Resources - Accounting for Change

The need to preserve natural resources has made it necessary to invest them with economic value and include them as asset…
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Date: 01 Feb 2017

Global Issues versus Local Policies: Lessons from Deforesting the Brazilian Amazon

Local governance in forest management is the core issue in the debate on sustainability in the Brazilian Amazon. The last…
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Date: 31 Jan 2017

Economic equality as a condition for biodiversity conservation

Research has shown a strong empirical link between economic inequality and biodiversity loss. Gender equality helps stabi…