Tracking forced labour, accidents at work and climate impacts in EU’s consumption of fossil and mineral raw materials
This new study finds that EU’s supply chains are linked with 1.2 million cases of forced labour (across all sectors) and minerals specifically are responsible for major socio-environmental impacts mainly in South Asia, Asia-Pacific and Africa.
2022 Update: From Global Commitments to National Action: A Closer Look at NDCs from a Food and Land Perspective
The purpose of this 2022 update brief is to provide policymakers and other interested parties at global level and in countries with an expanded and updated systematic analysis and cross-read of current NDCs from a food and land use perspective, based on an initial brief issued at COP26.
A Call for Global Action to Move the Amazon Forest System Away from Tipping Points (Extended Version)
During COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt) on 15 November 2022, the Science Panel for the Amazon presented a new policy brief detailing the tipping points that the Amazon is reaching with key recommendations for policy makers.