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Report Highlights Integrated Solutions for Biodiversity & Climate Change, Transforming Food Systems

The report is part of a study funded by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan.

A new UNU-IAS report analyses recent international policy trends and local initiatives addressing climate change and biodiversity loss through integrated solutions. It introduces best practices compiled from local efforts towards transforming food systems.

The report, “International Policy Trends and Best Practices on Integrated Solutions for Biodiversity and Climate Change: Summary Report”, is part of a study funded by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ) to provide policy recommendations for the Japanese government to strengthen the links between climate action and biodiversity conservation efforts at the regional and national levels.

This publication is available to download from UNU Collections.

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