In order to support the Global Peatlands Initiative in its initial work, GRID-Arendal will carry out a peer-reviewed rapid response assessment for peat based on existing data and information, including data to be made available by the Global Peatlands Initiative partners.
This rapid assessment will look at peatland location and extent, threats affecting peatlands and permafrost lands, what policies are in place to manage and protect them and how effective they are, and what the future may look like.
Globally, around one million plant and animal species are now threatened with extinction...
A series of policy assessments for different global mountain regions is being produced by GRID-Arendal and UN Environment.
The project Droughts in the Anthropocene will showcase and present selected case studies from around the world related to droughts and water
Mountains cover 25 percent of the world’s land surface, and directly support 12 percent of the world’s population living within mountain...
GRID-Arendal produced a peer-reviewed rapid response assessment to support the Global Peatlands Initiative in its initial work.