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Ban Ki-moon:

UNEA – reconciling the needs of people and planet
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Michelle Bachelet:

Time for change is here
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Angela Merkel:

The future we want – and decisions we need
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Zhou Shengxian:

Facing environmental challenges – promoting green solutions
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Michael Bloomberg:

Making headway
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Juan José Guerra Abud:
Challenge ahead
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Pekka Haavisto:

Stronger UNEP for stronger post-2015 goals
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Paul Polman:

Step change in ambition
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Rachel Kyte:

Break from the past
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Travor Manuel, Jos
é María Figueres and David Miliband:
Reckoning on the high seas

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Mary Robinson:

Opening a world of opportunity
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Carlos Lopes:

Powering Africa’s industrialization and agricultural revolution with renewable energies
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Ashok Khosla and Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker:

Sustaining our resources – by choice or by chance?
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Further resources

 

UNEP 2013 Annual Report

 

Building natural capital: how REDD+ can support a Green Economy

 

Emerging issues for small island developing states: results of the UNEP Foresight Process

 

Assessing global land use: balancing consumption with sustainable supply

 

Decoupling 2: technologies, opportunities and policy options

 

Barbados' Green Economy scoping study

 

Using indicators for Green Economy policymaking

 

Emerging environmental issues - 2013

 

Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in the Pacific : a practical guide

 

 

The future we want – and the decisions we need
Angela Merkel
Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany

 

What do we, the human race, see as the future we want? What can and what must we do today, to ensure that we really are moving in the right direction? These questions are relevant to all of us, in all regions of the world. We all want peace, security and prosperity – today and tomorrow. That, however, requires a fundamental rethink, because we cannot live and work as if the resources of our environment are inexhaustible. Planetary boundaries exist and we cannot exceed them if we want to avoid ...

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