cover image: Bend the trend - Pathways to a liveable planet as resource use spikes


Bend the trend - Pathways to a liveable planet as resource use spikes

29 Feb 2024

Disclaimers The designations employed and the presentation of material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. [...] Thanks are extended to and UNEP Early Warning and Assessment Division for their Janez Potočnik and Izabella Teixeira, co-chairs of the IRP, and contribution in facilitating the use of the online Review the members of the IRP and its Steering Committee. [...] In addition, the value chain approach (1) considers the total material throughput of is comprised of the actors undertaking the activities and the the economy from resource extraction and harvest to final stakeholders that can influence the activities. [...] In the last with changing models of consumption and to supply the few years, the COVID-19 pandemic and recent global inflation materials required for goods, infrastructure and services, have highlighted the vulnerability of the global supply chain as well as for the deployment of the clean energy transition (see Historic trends scenario in Chapter 4 and Box 1.3). [...] For the first time, the IPCC regional and national climate and biodiversity strategies (2022) has highlighted the importance of the use (International Resource Panel 2022), and there is a dearth of materials, land and water for climate agendas, of targets for guiding and evaluating how improved natural including scientific assessment on materials and resource use and management can contribute to m.
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