BELOW THE CANOPY
Previously, there was no global measure of changes to forest wildlife populations, despite the fact that more than half the species that live on land are found in forests.
Instead, progress was measured by the amount of tree cover or forest area. Using a newly created index – the Forest Specialist Index – we were able to look ‘below the canopy’ and found that forest populations of vertebrates (which include mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians etc.) declined by 53% since 1970. Declines were greatest in tropical forests, such as the Amazon rainforest.Download Report
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How Low-Carbon Technologies Can Reduce Bills and Increase House Value
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An analysis of bankable case studies from around the world
WWF Nature Based Solutions Public Report
A review of current financing barriers and how to overcome these
Aligning the UK Financial System to Net Zero
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Protein Disclosure Guide
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Designing Due Diligence
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Land of Plenty Report
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The food system is hugely complex, with numerous actors across the value chain.
Assessment of Carbon Storage and Sequestration Potential Within the English North Sea