Still Only One Earth - Sustainable Consumption and Production. A paper marking 50 years of UN environmental diplomacy

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Abstract

A critical history of the sustainable consumption and production policy debate in the international community and at the United Nations.As humanity confronts multiple global crises – climate change, biodiversity loss, rising pollution – it is critical to take stock of how environmental progress has been fostered in the past and how to leverage those lessons to rebuild multilateral cooperation in a post-COVID worldIn the lead up to the 50th anniversaries of the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment and the UN Environment Program in June 2022, the Earth Negotiations Bulletin team is writing a series of reports assessing the successes and shortcomings of five decades of global environmental policy. The Still Only One Earth policy brief series aims to build on the message of the landmark 1972 UN report that reminded humanity we have no other home but this planet.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-6
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 01 Jun 2021

Keywords

  • United Nations
  • sustainable consumption
  • growth

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