Professor joins United Nations International Resource Panel
The International Resource Panel was launched by the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) in 2007 to build and share the knowledge needed to improve our use of resources worldwide.
The Panel consists of eminent scientists, highly skilled in resource management issues. Their reports distil the latest scientific, technical and socio-economic findings around global resource use. They provide advice and connections between policymakers, industry and the community on ways to improve global and local resource management. The Panel includes scientists and governments from both developed and developing regions, civil society, industrial and international organizations.
The Panel’s goal is to steer us away from overconsumption, waste and ecological harm to a more prosperous and sustainable future. Dom Kniveton (Professor of Climate Science and Society) has recently been invited to join the International Resource Panel. His first contribution to the panel has been to help design their work understanding the nexus of resource use, conflict and displacement.