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GEO Yearbook 2007 An Overview of our Changing Environment

Series: UNEP Yearbook Volume: 2007
86 pages, Illus, figs, col photos, maps
Publisher: UNEP
GEO Yearbook 2007
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The 2007 Global Environment Outlook Year Book includes global and regional overviews of significant developments over the past year. It highlights linkages among ecosystem health, human well-being, and economic development; examines new thinking on the value of ecosystem services and the threat from ecosystem degradation; and describes recent research findings and policy decisions that affect our awareness and response to global change.

The emerging scientific and policy challenges of nanotechnology are examined from an environmental perspective. Nanotechnology will bring environmental benefits but it is vital that we adopt appropriate assessment and legislative process to address the unique challenges presented by nanomaterials and their life cycles

The GEO-indicatord chapter provides an up-to-date graphic representation of key trends and growing stresses on the environment that supports all life on the planet.

The report not only underscores existing challenges, that have become even more pressing through the effects of globalization, but also presents new and emerging challenges that result from rapid technological developments.

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Series: UNEP Yearbook Volume: 2007
86 pages, Illus, figs, col photos, maps
Publisher: UNEP
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