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The International Resource Panel was set up in 2007 to develop holistic approaches to the management of global resources. The objectives of the panel are to provide independent, coherent and authoritative policy-relevant scientific assessments of the sustainable use of natural resources and their environmental impacts over the full life cycle with a view to a better understanding how to decouple economic growth from environmental degradation.
The Panel has issued a number of analyses that provide a global perspective on the resource issue and its role in a green economy: on priority products and materials, on stocks and recycling rates of metals, on decoupling and on biofuels. At its 10th meeting, immediately prior to the Rio+20 conference where the green economy will be on the agenda, the panel is expected to discuss key messages, opportunities and considerations related to achieving increased resource efficiency at a global level – a cornerstone for green economic development.
Spokesperson: Henrik Hagen Olesen, Danish Environmental Protection Agency
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Ida Søndergaard, Danish Environmental Protection Agency
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