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WHAT IS THE LIVING PLANET REPORT?
The Living Planet Report 2022 is the 14th edition of WWF’s two-yearly flagship publication on the status of biodiversity on earth. 125 Experts from all over the world have contributed to the report.
The LPI is an early warning indicator on the health of nature. This year’s edition analyses almost 32,000 species populations - with more than 838 new species and just over 11,000 new populations added since the previous report came out in 2020. It provides the most comprehensive measure of how species are responding to pressures in their environment driven by biodiversity loss and climate change, also allowing us to understand the impact of people on biodiversity.
BUILDING A NATURE-POSITIVE SOCIETY
We know that the health of our planet is declining, and we know why. We also know that we have the knowledge and means to address climate change and biodiversity loss. The landmark recognition in July 2022 by the UN General Assembly of the human right to a healthy environment cements our understanding that climate breakdown, nature loss, pollution and pandemics are human rights crises. We know that transformational change – game-changing shifts – will be essential to bring theory into practice. There must be system-wide changes in how we produce and consume, the technology we use, and our economic and financial systems.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
TAKE ACTION FOR THE PLANET
♦ Make sustainable choices - whether this be using less plastic, curbing your food waste or opting for eco-friendly and sustainably-sourced products, your choice can make an impact.
♦ Speak up as a consumer and as a citizen - use your voice to encourage businesses and governments to shift to more sustainable policies and practices.
♦ Spread the word - encourage your family and friends to join you as you show how much you care for our planet.
Together, we can be the generation that changes our relationship with the planet, for the better.WHAT MORE CAN I DO?
Our mission is to stop the degradation of our planet's natural environment, and build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. We want to ensure that the world’s most important fisheries and ocean ecosystems are productive and resilient and improve livelihoods and biodiversity; the most iconic and endangered species are secured and recovering in the wild; the integrity of our most important forests, including their benefits to human well-being, is enhanced and maintained; freshwater ecosystems and flow regimes provide water for people and nature; a global shift toward a low carbon and climate resilient future is achieved; and that sustainable food systems conserve nature and maintain food security.SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER