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Ecosystem Change Links

  1. Factual links

    Some of the websites providing factual information on Ecosystem Change:

    • 1.1 Reports by the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MA)
    • 1.2 Some Q&As and FAQs on ecosystem change
    • 1.3 More information for the non-specialist
    • 1.4 Some ecosystem change news and monitoring sites
    • 1.5 Some policy-related websites
  2. Partner links

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1. Factual links

1.1 Reports by the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MA)

Besides the "General Synthesis" Report (summarized by GreenFacts in this Ecosystem Change study) the MA has published a series of other relevant reports on its website:
www.millenniumassessment.org 

See table of contents of MA reports

1.2 Some Q&As and FAQs on ecosystem change
1.3 More information for the non-specialist
1.4 Some ecosystem change news and monitoring sites
1.5 Some policy-related websites
 

2. Partner links

Web pages of GreenFacts' partners providing information relevant to ecosystems:

Development Gateway The Development Gateway provides access to information on "Forests and Land Use" and on "Wildlife and Biodiversity" at: http://topics.developmentgateway.org/environment 
Euractiv Euractiv provides information on EU policy priorities in terms of biodiversity at: www.euractiv.com 
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) provides multilingual information on Natural resources, including "Biodiversity" and "Ecosystems" at:
www.sdc.admin.ch 
WBCSD The World Business Council for Sustainable Development provides information on ecosystems and biodiversity at:
www.wbcsd.ch 

See also information on GreenFacts' partners and benefits to partners.


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