Living Planet Report 2012

Posted on 15 May 2012   |  
Living Planet Report 2012
Living Planet Report 2012
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The Living Planet Report is published every 2 years.

Each time it comes out, the study gives us a picture of the changing state of global biodiversity and the pressure on the biosphere arising from human consumption of natural resources.

2012's Living Planet Report (LPR) documents the changing state of biodiversity, ecosystems and humanity’s demand on natural resources; and explores the implications of these changes for biodiversity and human societies. The report highlights that current trends can still be reversed, through making better choices that place the natural world at the centre of economies, business models and lifestyles.

Also included for the first time is sophisticated data allowing species population trends to be analysed by biogeographic realm and taxonomic group as well as by biome.

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