People and ecosystems: The fraying web of lifeby United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Environment Programme, World Bank and World Resources Institute - September 2000
This millennial edition focuses on five critical ecosystems that have been shaped by the interaction of physical environment, biological conditions, and human intervention: Croplands, forests, coastal zones, freshwater systems, and grasslands.
The Urban Environmentby World Resources Institute, United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Development Programme and the World Bank - April 1996
Urbanization is one of the critical global trends shaping the future. While great environmental challenges lie ahead, there are many innovative and effective approaches to environmental management undertaken by cities and communities around the world.
People and the Environmentby World Resources Institute in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programe and the United Nations Development Programme - March 1994
Special features of this outstanding edition include: Population and the Environment; Regional Focus on China and India; Women and Sustainable Development; Natural Resource Consumption.
Guide to Global Environmentby World Resources Institute in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme and the United Nations Development Programme - March 1992
World Resources reports are definitive references on the global environment, containing the latest information on essential economic, population, and natural resource conditions and trends for 147 countries.
Climate Change in Latin America Focusby World Resources Institute, United Nations Environment Programme and the United Nations Development Programme - July 1990
The World Resources Report offers essential economic, population, and natural resource data for 146 countries. With more than 150 tables, charts and figures.
An Assessment of the Resource Base that Supports the Global Economyby World Resources Institute, International Institute for Environment and Development and United Nations Environment Programme - January 1988
World Resources 1988-89 gives special attention to environmental conditions and trends in Asia and devotes a special chapter to the critical issue of rehabilitating degraded lands.
An assessment of the resource base that supports the global economyby International Institute for Environment and Development and World Resources Institute - April 1987
Special focus on the spread of toxic wastes in the developed world and sustainable agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa.
An assessment of the resource base that supports the global economyby The World Resources Institute and the International Institute for Environment and Development - April 1986
The inaugural 1986 edition features a special chapter on multiple pollutants and forest decline and focuses attention on a number of important issues.