Urgent action at an unprecedented scale can reverse the damage and maintain the integrity of global ecosystems
Quality research exists, but unequal access makes it difficult to share information and coordinate improved practices around the globe. However, urgent action at an unprecedented scale can reverse the damage and maintain the integrity of global ecosystems.
Rapid Response will compile and share data to enable cross-sector cooperation via live, secure and open-source networks managed in real time to drive informed decisions. Improved evidence bases will help environmental organisations co-design and implement their work while also boosting charities' fundraising capacity.
Rapid Response believes we can do better with better information and achieve what we all want most: to help.
Preserving the fragile balance of Earth's complex ecosystems requires teamwork across different areas of expertise. Climate change also has a much greater impact on those in poverty, since 75% of the world's poor depend on agriculture and natural resources.
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