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000020432 020__ $$a9789280731774
000020432 041__ $$aEnglish
000020432 100__ $$aUnep.
000020432 245__ $$aGlobal Environmental Outlook (GEO-5)
000020432 260__ $$c2012
000020432 260__ $$bUnited Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
000020432 300__ $$a550
000020432 507__ $$aHICAP, hicapreport
000020432 520__ $$aAs a significant contribution to the 2012 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20), the fifth Global Environment Outlook (GEO-5) builds on previous reports, continuing to provide analyses of the state, trends and outlook for, and responses to, environmental change, including extreme events from storm, flood and drought, to the Fukushima disaster in 2011. It also adds new dimensions through its assessment of progress towards meeting internationally agreed goals, such as the development of programmes for mitigating the effects of extreme water-related events, and identifying gaps in their achievement (Chapters 2–6), on analysing promising response options that have emerged in the regions (Chapters 9–15), and presenting potential responses for the international community (Chapters 16–17). Furthermore, for the first time, GEO-5 suggests that there should be a fundamental shift in the way environmental issues are analysed, with consideration given to the drivers of global change, rather than merely to the pressures on the environment.
000020432 650__ $$aEnvironment
000020432 653__ $$aEnvironment
000020432 653__ $$aGlobal
000020432 653__ $$aClimate Change
000020432 653__ $$aAtmosphere
000020432 653__ $$aBiodiversity
000020432 653__ $$aClimate change
000020432 653__ $$aNatural resources
000020432 653__ $$aSustainable development
000020432 653__ $$aEnvironment
000020432 653__ $$aGlobal
000020432 653__ $$aClimate Change
000020432 653__ $$aAtmosphere
000020432 653__ $$aBiodiversity
000020432 653__ $$aClimate change
000020432 653__ $$aNatural resources
000020432 653__ $$aSustainable development
000020432 8564_ $$uhttp://www.unep.org/geo/pdfs/geo5/GEO5_report_full_en.pdf$$yDownload
000020432 980__ $$aREPORT