Report: United Nations Environment Global Environment Outlook 6

Dear GFX Swappers,

Being informed is one of the best ways to combat climate change. That being said, we thought it would be a good idea to share this incredible report from the United Nations Environment Programme. This report shows us that is possible to get the planet back on track but will take work and some swift change from Key Stakeholders. Please read and share! Don’t forget, World Environment Day is June 5th! it’s a great time to come together, take action and take steps for a better planet! Find out more by clicking the link above!

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Patrick Duffy - Founder GFX

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Published in time for the Fourth United Nations  Environmental Assembly, UN Environment’s sixth Global Environment Outlook (2019) calls on decision makers to take immediate action to address pressing environmental issues to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals as well as other Internationally Agreed Environment Goals, such as the Paris Agreement.

Visit the UNEP Website and download the full report HERE

UN Environment launched the first Global Environment Outlook (GEO) in 1997. By bringing together a community of hundreds of scientists, peer reviewers and collaborating institutions and partners, the GEO reports build on sound scientific knowledge to provide governments, local authorities, businesses and individual citizens with the information needed to guide  societies to a truly sustainable world by 2050.

GEO-6 builds on the findings of previous GEO reports, including the six regional assessments (2016), and outlines the current state of the environment, illustrates possible future environmental trends and analyses the effectiveness of policies. This flagship report shows how governments can put the world on the path to a truly sustainable future. It emphasizes that urgent and inclusive action is needed by decision makers at all levels to achieve a healthy planet with healthy people.

The report is also available from Cambridge University Press through the links Main Report and Summary for Policymakers.

Patrick Duffy