The Natural Fix? The Role of Ecosystems in Climate Mitigation

A rapid response assessment report released by UNEP to mark World Environment Day 2009 indicates that boosting investments in conservation, restoration and management of natural ecosystems will not only become important, but will provide our best and most effective way to slow down climate change and accelerate sustainable development and the achievement of the poverty-related Millennium Development Goals.

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PDF format Full report (English) (8.5 mb)
PDF format Full report (Spanish) (6.2 mb)
PDF format Full report (French) (7.7 mb)

PDF format Summary (English) (0.3mb)
PDF format Summary (French) (0.3mb)
PDF format Summary (Spanish) (0.4mb)
PDF format Summary (Arabic) (0.6mb)
PDF format Summary (Chinese) (0.9mb)
PDF format Summary (Russian) (0.3mb)

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PDF format Poster 2 (1 mb)
PDF format Flyer (6mb)

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A rapid response assessment report released by UNEP to mark World Environment Day 2009 indicates that that boosting investments in conservation, restoration and management of natural ecosystems will not only become important, but will provide our best and most effective way to slow down climate change and accelerate sustainable development and the achievement of the poverty-related Millennium Development Goals

It is vital to manage carbon in biological systems, to safeguard existing stores of carbon, reduce emissions and to maximise the potential of natural and agricultural areas for removing carbon from the atmosphere.

The book is available in HTML format, PDF and as Interactive E-book.

Maps and graphics from the report are available in the Maps & Graphics Library.




 

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