01 November 2018
New Delhi, India
Earth League is a voluntary international alliance of prominent scientists from world‐class research institutions, who look to work together to respond to some of the most pressing issues faced by humankind, as a consequence of climate change, depletion of natural resources, land degradation and water scarcity.
The alliance's focus includes how we can manage anthropogenic global change according to the principles of sustainable development. The Earth League aims to provide decision makers with multiple options for addressing pressing sustainability issues, by delivering robust background information and enhancing transparency of the choices available.
By coming together in a self-organised alliance, the Earth League members form a united voice in the global dialogue on planetary issues.
The annual meeting (by invitation only) 2018 takes place on the brink of the Climate Jamboree.
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