This workshop presentation is from the Student Sustainability Summit 2015, in partnership with NUS and People & Planet, presented by Aisla Jones, Seafood Sustainability Officer, WWF- UK; Hendrikus Van Hensbergen, Forest Policy Manager, WWF- UK; Emma Keller, Agricultural Commodities Manager, WWF- UK and Emma Keller, Agricultural Commodities Manager, WWF- UK.
WWF-UK Our global wildlife populations have declined by more than half within just 40 years and many more species will become endangered or extinct in our lifetime. Much of this is a direct result of human impacts such as deforestation, pollution and human induced greenhouse gas emissions that drive climate change. With the population set to grow to 9.6 billion by 2050, we are putting increasing pressure on our valuable natural resources. WWF-UK representatives will explore the state of the planet today and the ways in which they are working with governments, civil society and businesses to drive positive change. As the generation who will inherit these global challenges, together we want to explore future solutions for helping people and planet thrive.
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