Top Scientists, Policy Makers and Business Leaders Debate Means of Addressing Environmental Challenges in Light of the G7 Agenda and the Changing Political Landscape
Policy making "in the dark" - under high levels of uncertainty and without concrete data - carries high risks and transactional costs which need to be minimized. End users must be able to access data in a meaningful way.
The Ministry of Treasury today hosted the UN Environment Mission as part of the country’s commitment to boosting sustainable financing.
- Pledges and commitments in support of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity made by Business; Cities and Subnational Authorities, IPLCs and Youth;
- Capacity-building strategy agreed for the Convention and its Protocols;
- Protected areas on the land and in the oceans and seas, expanding considerably, with Mexico increasing marine protection to 23 per cent;
- Marine agenda advances with work on marine debris, underwater noise and spatial planning;
- Decisions made...
Summit to Identify Solutions to Enable Informed Decision Making for Sustainable Development
Strong EU environmental leadership is needed both at global level and in delivering the sustainable development agenda on the ground globally and in Europe. Environment policy should no longer be perceived as a constraint as it opens up new economic opportunities and markets.
Total Greenhouse Gas Emissions Including Non-CO2 Must Shrink To Net Zero by 2100 Emissions Gap May Widen by 2030 but Low Carbon Path Offers Opportunities for the Future