IN THIS ISSUE   LATEST ISSUE June 2011   editor's pick
 
ZHOU QIANG :
Transforming development
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EMMANUEL ZE MEKA :
Well worth paying for
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FRANCES SEYMOUR :
Overused, undervalued
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YEMI KATERERE :
Unique opportunity
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SATINDER BINDRA :
Something’s cooking
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RAY C ANDERSON :
It’s nature’s way
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YOLANDA KAKABADSE :
Forests produce green growth
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MARYANNE GRIEG-GRAN &
STEVE BASS :

Economies grow on trees
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ANDREW W. MITCHELL :
Invest in Natural Capital
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TENSIE WHELAN :
Visit them, conserve them
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September 2011:

GLOBAL COMMONS
The planet we share

Further resources


GREEN economy: Why a Green Economy Matters for the Least Developed Countries

Decoupling: natural resource use and environmental impacts from economic growth

Vital Forest Graphics

Decoupling: natural resource use and environmental impacts from economic growth

Recycling Rates of Metals: A status report

Transforming Development

Zhou Qiang: Party Secretary of Hunan Province and UNEP Champion of the Earth

Adopting a sustainable approach that both satisfies a society’s economic dynamics and protects the ecological environment has become a major international challenge. We in the province of Hunan, in central China, are determined to meet it, and will work with others across the world to do so.

Hunan is blessed with a high level of forest cover, along with an optimal climate and abundant rainfall

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