Pressures and shocks are expected to increase in the future

Pressures and shocks are expected to increase in the future

Today, 50 percent of the world’s population lives in cities.

Urban spaces will require an additional 100 to 200 million hectares of land within the next 40 years.

Developing countries will need to invest US$ 209 billion by 2050 to meet food demand, 50 percent more than today.

Biodiversity is decreasing 1,000 to 10,000 times faster than the natural extinction rate.

NewClimateForPeace_Pressures and shocks -are expected to increase in the future

Source: New climate for peace

Date: June 2016

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