Human population and the convention on biodiversity - briefing 2019
Briefings and submissions
A four page summary outlining the impact of human population on biodiversity, and options to address it within the Convention on Biodiversity
Population Matters has been conducting research and producing briefings and government submissions for more than 20 years. You can use this page to find resources on a wide variety of population and environmental subjects. Use the search filters below to refine your search, or browse more than 100 papers and documents. You can also find past editions of the Population Matters members' magazine
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