This report shows that, with our ever growing world population, protein demand is set to rise to levels that cannot be sustained by the existing food system – and, in particular, by the way we currently feed animals.
The booklet Green-win Narratives is developed through the course of the GREEN-WIN project within the Global Dialogue and the detailed studies carried out by the project partners. The GREEN-WIN project is a major international transdisciplinary research collaboration supported by the EU.
Resource | September 2018 | Nature: International journal of science
The paper Future Response of Global Coastal Wetlandsto Sea-level Rise suggests that until 2100 the loss of global coastal wetland area will range between zero and thirty percent, assuming no further accommodation space in addition to current levels.
The response of coastal wetlands to sea-level rise during the twenty-first century remains uncertain. Global-scale projections suggest that between 20 and 90 per cent (for low and high sea-level rise scenarios, respectively) of the present-day coastal wetland area will be lost, which will, in turn, result in the loss of biodiversity and highly valued ecosystem services.
This paper is intended for those who work with, research, and support green entrepreneurs, as well as for entrepreneurs who are starting a green business. It provides guidance in the process of elaborating a business plan and presenting it to potential partners and investors, based on the understanding of investors’ expectations.