The Nature Risk Profile: A Methodology for Profiling Nature Related Dependencies and Impacts guideline aims to enable the financial sector to measure and address nature-related risk by providing scientifically robust and actionable sustainability analytics on nature impacts and dependencies.

The cost of living crisis is the biggest short-term global risk while the failure of climate mitigation is the number one long-term concern, according to this Global Risks Report 2023 by the World Economic Forum.

This report reviews current agricultural policies in China and their role in support of China’s broader environmental goals. The policies reflect an expansion of agricultural policy objectives to better manage China’s limited and overburdened natural resources.

Humanity is embedded in nature and depends profoundly on the goods and services it generates. Future economic development and well-being hinge on healthy and resilient ecosystems that provide our food and raw materials, drinking water, clean air, and the stability of the climate system.

Peatlands are unique and rare ecosystems that, despite only covering around 3-4% of the planet’s land surface, they contain up to one-third of the world’s soil carbon, which is twice the amount of carbon as found in the world’s forests. Keeping this carbon locked away is absolutely critical to achieving global climate goals.

A first-of-its-kind guide for businesses to measure air pollutant emissions across value chains. Developed by the CCAC, Stockholm Environment Institute, and IKEA Group, this guide enables companies to quantify the air pollutant emissions along their value chains.

This case study highlights Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction (Eco-DRR) interventions in India focused on integrating Eco-DRR measures on improved water management into local development plans and schemes (such as disaster, wetlands, and rural employment) through capacity-strengthening and participation of communities and local governments.

This new and updated Wildlife Comeback Report commissioned by Rewilding Europe, which will provide the latest and state-of-the-art insights, opportunities and challenges for wildlife comeback at a European scale.

The Ministry of Law and Justice on August 08, 2022, with the President’s assent passed the act for which India signed the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty on of January 14, 1998.

Ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) has the potential to significantly enhance the resilience of society to climate change and could be a key part of national and global adaptation efforts.

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