January 2012
Living Planet Report;2012, p22
The article discusses better choices from the One Planet perspective of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). It says that protection and restoration of key ecological processes is needed and efficient production systems can lessen the ecological footprint of human beings. It metnions that a global consumption pattern is required to meet the ecological limits of the Earth. It adds that financial flows must be redirected to support conservation and sustainable ecosystem management.


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