The Living Planet Index reflects the state of the planet's ecosystems.
What does LPI stand for?
LPI stands for Living Planet Index
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The report uses the Living Planet Index to measure changes in the health of ecosystems across the Asia and the Pacific, saying the global index fell by around 30% over the past four decades, while the Indo-Pacific region saw a 64% decline in key populations of species during the same period.
This data, which creates the Living Planet Index (LPI), is presented in the report alongside updated global ecological and water footprint data.
BRAINBUSTER ANSWERS COFFEE BREAK QUIZ: 1, The Living Planet Index showed numbers had declined by 27% in 35 years.
The Living Planet Index is produced for WWF by the Zoological Society of London - a charity devoted to the worldwide conservation of animals.
The Living Planet Index showed numbers had declined by 27% in 35 years.
The Living Planet Index, produced by WWF, the London Zoological Society and the Global Footprint Network tracks 4,000 species including nearly 241 fish, 83 amphibian, 40 reptile, 811 bird and 302 mammal species.
The Living Planet Index, which tracks the fortunes of more than 1,400 species of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, revealed numbers had declined by 27%in 35 years to 2005.