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Established in 1972, works to encourage sustainable development through sound environmental practices everywhere. Its activities cover a wide range of issues, from atmosphere and terrestrial ecosystems, the promotion of environmental science and information, to an early warning and emergency response capacity to deal with environmental disasters and emergencies.
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TEEB for Local and Regional Policy Makers
Stock Code 3875, UNEP 2010 Paperback 207 Pages Price USD 65.00
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This new report, entitled TEEB for Local and Regional Policy Makers, prepared by The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) initiative hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme, calls on local policy makers to understand the value of their natural capital and the services it provides and apply a focus on nature's benefits in local policy areas such as urban management, spatial planning and protected areas management.

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The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity: Ecological and Economic Foundations
Stock Code 3879, UNEP 2010 Hardback 410 Pages Price USD 80.00
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Human well-being relies critically on ecosystem services provided by nature. Examples include water and air quality regulation, nutrient cycling and decomposition, plant pollination and flood control, all of which are dependent on biodiversity.

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Global Biodiversity Outlook 3
Stock Code 3834, UNEP 2010 Paperback 94 Pages Price USD 40.00
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Natural systems that support economies, lives and livelihoods across the planet are at risk of rapid degradation and collapse unless there is swift, radical and creative action to conserve and sustainably use the variety of life on Earth.

The third edition of Global Biodiversity Outlook (GBO-3), produced by the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), confirms that the world has failed to meet its target to achieve a significant reduction in the rate of biodiversity loss by 2010. This Outlook shows that efforts to date have not been sufficient to reduce significantly the rate of biodiversity loss and analyses why.

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Review of the Literature on the Links Between Biodiversity & Climate Change
Stock Code 3816, UNEP 2009 Paperback 124 Pages Price USD 30.00
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 4th Assessment Report (AR4) concluded that climate change will have significant impacts on many aspects of biological diversity: on ecosytems, species, genetic diversity within species, and on ecological interactions. This report reviews the literature since the AR4. It draws on recent research to summarise advances in our understanding of the impacts of climate change on biodiversity.

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Plant for the Planet : The Billion Tree Campaign
Stock Code DCP/1025/NA, UNEP 2008 Paperback 80 Pages Price USD 15.00
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This publication can introduce but a fraction of the energy and results inspired by the Campaign. It is intended to convey the range of partners moved to action: from children to giant corporations, from womens groups to technocrats, dancers to diplomats, farmers to national governments. Trees are more significant than many of us might imagine. They commemorate births and lives lived. They beautify slums, farms and grand avenues. They provide shade, oxygen, and delight. They cool the Earth.
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Non-timber forest products in Uganda : UNEP-WCMC Biodiversity Series No. 18
Stock Code DEW/0832/CA, UNEP 2006 paperback 28 pages Price USD 20.00
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This report describes a new map-based approach to defining areas best suited for NTFP commercialization. Uganda is used as a case study. As one of the most rapidly growing economies in Africa, its rich natural heritage highlights the conflict between national development efforts and the need for a globally responsible approach to biodiversity conservation.

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