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Living Planet Report 2010

14 October 2010

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Can our planet cope with our demands? Are we crowding out other species? Is that wise? Find out in our Living Planet Report.                                                        

We share our planet with thousands of other species, from elephants to algae. And we need them as much as they need us.

Our latest health-check on the natural world, the 2010 Living Planet Report, should make everyone stop and consider the natural resources the world provides us with – from air, water and food to minerals and raw materials – and how we really shouldn’t take any of it for granted. It's time to rethink our relationship with the natural world...

Find out more about the Living Planet Report 2010, and download your own copy


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Posted by Bernard Greenwood on 14/10/10 22:34
As one of the baby boomers, our children will want to know what active steps we have taken to try to start to alleviate the position. As for our grandchildren, will they even have a stable world to live in when the earth's resources are used up?
Posted by Francis Mouton on 14/10/10 12:06
Singapore has no built-up land? Strange...
Ripples in water