2019 - Foreign publications
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2019 - Foreign publications

The Regional Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services for Europe and Central Asia.

The European and Central Asian part of the Ipbes' report about the assessment of the global biodiversity and the ecosystems of the world. The key messages of the report are the human's need for nature and the fact that nature's contribution to the human life on earth are under threat due to loss of biodiversity. The key message in this part of the report is that biodiversity of Europe and Central Asia is unique but threatened and contiouns declining.


The European Environment Agency, EEA, has published a report on the consequences of climate changes on agriculture. In the report it appears that climate changes will affect agriculture in several areas, both negative and positive. It also illuminates how agriculture can adapt to the challenges that arise from climate changes. 
An IPCC Special Report on climate change, desertification, land degradation, sustainable land management, food security, and greenhouse gas fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems. In the report IPCC describes what the future of land use and food production will look like and comes with suggestions as to how agriculture can become more sustainable. 
Global Commission on Adaptation, GCA, has published a report where it is highlighted how the consequences of climate change are going to affect society. The report also comes with suggestions on climate adaptation in key sectors such as agriculture, infrastructure, the cities etc. 

Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate

IPCC has published a report on the effect of climate changes on the ocean and the cryosphere. In the report IPCC describes how the temperature has risen, which will have consequences for the ice and ocean on Earth. The report also lists suggestions for responding to the changes to the ocean and Cryosphere.


Cities100 report 2019 

The Cities100 report has been published in cooperation between Nordic Sustainability, C40 and Realdania. The intention of the report is to inspire countries and cities in the world and show examples of how climate adaptation projects can be implemented locally to realize the goals of the Paris Agreement while also adapting to the future climate.