It aims to put Europe's biodiversity on a path to recovery by 2030 with benefits for people, the climate and the planet. It is also the proposal for the EU contribution to the upcoming international negotiations on the global post-2020 biodiversity framework.
Every year, some 1.2 million antelopes and gazelles cross this enormous ecosystem—at 95,000 square kilometres (37,000 square miles), it is the size of Hungary.
Are we bankrupting nature?
Leading scientist of the global 'planetary boundary' research, Johan is the Executive Director of the Stockholm Resilience Centre and a professor in Environmental Sciences at Stockholm University.
Why it's time for 'Doughnut Economics'
Economic theory is centuries out of date and that's a disaster for tackling the 21st century's challenges of climate change, poverty, and extreme inequality. Kate Raworth flips economic thinking on its head to give a crash course in alternative economics...