Reframing Relationships Between Humans and the Earth: The "Anthropocene", a New Ideology to Sustain the Status Quo

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Environmentalists associate the political and economic status quo with desertification, pollution, deforestation, loss of biodiversity, global warming, uncontrolled waste and many other consequences related to governance and general well-fare, that affect the majority of destitute people that lack educational, social and economic means to protect themselves.

What changes are needed to face the global crisis?

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Communication, advocacy, thematic networks, discussions between professionals, specialists and policy-makers, demand respect for scientific data, ethical responsibility, which implies a fundamental change in the treatment of problems related to culture, politics, economy and the environment.

IPBES survey - use of IPBES assessments in policymaking at (sub)national levels


Have you used IPBES assessments in your work?

Whether it was for policy, planning, data, recommendations, identifying alternatives, cross-sector/ministerial dialogue, conservation, advocacy or other uses, please take the time to fill out this survey. The feedback will be extremely helpful.

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