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COP26: Climate change and the other global crisis - nature loss


Future of the Environment

Decisions made in the next few years will determine whether our existence on Earth as we know it will continue, or collapse as a result of human activity. The need to change the ways societies interact with and affect the environment becomes more urgent as the tangible impacts of a planetary crisis accumulate - generating daily headlines about extreme weather events, pandemics, pollution, and a mounting shortage of essential natural resources. As international climate talks have amply demonstrated, effectively addressing these challenges will require increased commitments from the public and private sectors.This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the ...

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