A global biodiversity assessment model: GLOBIO3
With unchanged policies, terrestrial biodiversity will decrease between 2000 to 2050 at the same pace as during the last century. This was calculated with the GLOBIO3 model, developed by PBL in collaboration with two UNEP institutes. GLOBIO3 is a quantitative model used in the assessment of policy options for reducing global biodiversity loss. The model is used in global studies, such as the OECD Environmental Outlook, GEO4 and TEEB. Recently, the first peer-reviewed article about the model was published in the journal Ecosystems.
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