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  • Tag: natural resources

    Annapurna Conservation Area Project in Nepal

    Annapurna Conservation Area Project in Nepal

    Annapurna Conservation Area Project_Part 1 (Nepal). The ACAP’s project in Nepal aims to preserve the naturale and cultural heritage, sustained by local people

    Extractive industries threaten forests

    Extractive industries threaten forests

    A new report by the Rights and Resources Initiative documents and analyzes the impacts of the extractive industries on the collective land and forest rights of people and communities in South America.

    EU guide helps companies to go green

    EU guide helps companies to go green

    A new guide by the Eco-Innovation Observatory (EIO) introduces eco-innovation and the opportunities it offers to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

    New strategies for water and wetlands

    New strategies for water and wetlands

    A new study by the Ramsar Secretariat shows how to generate a better understanding of the ecosystem service values of water and wetlands and how to adress decision making.

    The “Water Footprint” across Europe

    The “Water Footprint” across Europe

    A new study by the European Commission analyses water consumption in the EU with “water footprint” method and it points the finger at goods imported from other countries.

    FAO: depletion of forests is unsustainable

    FAO: depletion of forests is unsustainable

    A FAO study declared that an economy based on the continuously increasing depletion of natural resources is not sustainable.

    The EU faces sustainabilty challenges

    The EU faces sustainabilty challenges

    According to the European Environment Agency (EEA), the natural resources will not be sufficient in the future without policy changes.

    EU natural areas are endangered

    EU natural areas are endangered

    According to the European Environment Agency (EEA), natural protected areas in Europe must be more safeguarded.

    Water in Europe is overexploited

    Water in Europe is overexploited

    Europe needs to redouble efforts in using water more efficiently to avoid undermining its economy, according to a new report from the European Environment Agency (EEA)

    UE fisheries limits are being criticized

    UE fisheries limits are being criticized

    NGOs affirm that European Union limits for deep sea fishery do not guarantee a responsible exploitation of fish species

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