Assessment Report on Land Degradation and Restoration

Produced by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), the report was approved at the 6th session of the IPBES Plenary in Medellín, Colombia. IPBES has 129 State Members.

Assessment Report on Land Degradation and Restoration
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Now available are the summary for policy makers, the full report, and comments of the reviews.

Worsening land degradation caused by human activities is undermining the well-being of two fifths of humanity, driving species extinctions and intensifying climate change. It is also a major contributor to mass human migration and increased conflict, according to the world’s first comprehensive evidence-based assessment of land degradation and restoration.

Kategorien

  • Bodendegradation
  • Ökosystemleistung
  • Herausgeber
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