The Living Planet Report is the world's leading, science-based analysis, on the health of our planet and the impact of human activity. Humanity's demands exceed the Earth's capacity to sustain us.
The 2018 report found a "decline of 60% in population sizes" of vertebrate species overall from 1970 to 2014. The tropics of South and Central America had an 89% loss compared to 1970. The 2018 report calls for new goals post-2020 alongside those of the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Paris Climate Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.
- Living Planet Report 2016: Risk and resilience in a new era (PDF) (Report). World Wildlife Fund. pp. 1–74. ISBN 978-2-940529-40-7. Retrieved 29 October 2016. (Summary).
- Living Planet Report 2018: Aiming higher (PDF) (Report). World Wildlife Fund. pp. 1–75. ISBN 978-2-940529-90-2. Retrieved 31 October 2018. (Summary).
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- Summary of the Living Planet Report 2016
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