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Global Resources Outlook 2019: Natural Resources for the Future We Want
The Drivers-Pressures-State-Impact-Response (DPSIR) framework is one type of systems approach that can be used to analyse how society is using natural resources and the various implications of this use. This report is ...
Global Resources Outlook 2019: Natural Resources for the Future We Want - Implications for Business Leaders
This document highlights and contextualizes the key findings of the Global Resources Outlook 2019 (GRO) report for leaders in business and policy. It aims to provide a starting point for strategic decision-making for ...
Sustainable Trade in Resources: Global Material Flows, Circularity and Trade - Discussion Paper by UNEP’s Environment and Trade Hub and the International Resource Panel
Research by the International Resource Panel (IRP) has drawn attention to the observed shift in environmental burdens from high-income importing countries to low-income exporting countries, and has called for effective ...
Resource Efficiency and Climate Change: Material Efficiency Strategies for a Low-Carbon Future
This report addresses the opportunities for material efficiency in homes and cars of the G7, with results also shown for China and India. We chose to focus the assessment on specific, widely used products because only a ...
Resource Efficiency and Climate Change: Material Efficiency Strategies for a Low-Carbon Future - Implications for Business Leaders in Housing and Mobility
This document highlights and contextualizes findings from the International Resource Panel report Resource Efficiency and Climate Change: Material Efficiency Strategies for a Low-Carbon Future. It provides a starting point ...
Land Restoration for Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals - An International Resource Panel Think Piece
In this think piece, we recognize that land is one of Earth’s most important and limiting resources, that its inefficient and inappropriate use continues to result in degradation, and that degradation does and will have ...
Building Biodiversity: The Natural Resource Management Approach
The Aichi Targets state that governments and natural resource stakeholders ought to, among other commitments, implement plans for sustainable production and consumption. These targets were intended to keep the impacts of ...
Governing Coastal Resources: Implications for a Sustainable Blue Economy
Coastal resources - including fish, minerals and energy - are critical to people, nature and the economy, and are a focus for the emerging sustainable blue economy agenda. Whilst there is no globally agreed definition of ...
Policy Options to Eliminate Additional Marine Plastic Litter By 2050 Under the G20 Osaka Blue Ocean Vision: An International Resource Panel Think Piece
The Osaka Blue Ocean Vision, agreed under the Japanese G20 presidency in 2019, voluntarily commits G20 countries to “reduce additional pollution by marine plastic litter to zero by 2050 through a comprehensive life-cycle ...
Managing and Conserving the Natural Resource Base for Sustained Economic and Social Development: A Reflection from the International Resource Panel on the establishment of Sustainable Development Goals aimed at Decoupling Economic Growth from Escalating Resource Use and Environmental Degradation