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Policy Report
Author:
United Nations Environment Programme [UNEP]
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Report Chapter
In Global Environmental Outlook for Youth Asia and the Pacific
Author:
Christmas Baduria
De Guzman
Akshay
Jain
Neil Stephen A.
Lopez
The Global Environmental Outlook (GEO) for Youth Asia and the Pacific is an international publication on the environment for youth, by youth, of youth. It is coordinated by UN Environment. Chapter 5 concludes the report by highlighting youth action for a better future, including a specific survey conducted for this report of youth, for youth and by...
Report Chapter
In Global Environmental Outlook for Youth Asia and the Pacific
Author:
Aruna
Dias
Neil Stephen A
Lopez
Jiyoon
Song
Yuta
Uchiyama
The Global Environmental Outlook (GEO) for Youth Asia and the Pacific is an international publication on the environment for youth, by youth, of youth. It is coordinated by UN Environment. Chapter 4 addresses the natural and built environments, outlining options for a resilient and sustainable future.
Report Chapter
In Global Environmental Outlook for Youth Asia and the Pacific
Author:
Hezron
Gibe
Akshay
Jain
Jose Isagani B.
Janairo
The Global Environmental Outlook (GEO) for Youth Asia and the Pacific is an international publication on the environment for youth, by youth, of youth. It is coordinated by UN Environment. Chapter 3 explores emerging issues of air and water pollution, food security and the effects of mismanaged waste on human well-being. This chapter advocates a...
Book Chapter
In GEO-6: Regional assessment for Asia and the Pacific
Author:
Divya Datt
Fereydoun Ghazban
Indu K Murthy
Sri Ramachandra Murthy Manchiraju
MP Sukumaran Nair
Shilpanjali Deshpande Sarma
Land degradation has been intensified over most of the region, with consequent displacement of indigenous people, loss of biodiversity, and reduction in important forest products. Land degradation has additional implications for water resources in terms of soil water content and groundwater recharge. The total forest area has increased in some...