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NATURE IS IN THE RED
The Living Planet Report 2022 reveals an average decline of 69% in species populations between 1970 and 2018. Urgent action is required if we are to reverse nature loss.Read more
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A landmark commitment to halt and reverse biodiversity loss by 2030 has been agreed at the UN’s COP15 biodiversity conference in Montreal.Read more
Global deal to reverse nature loss by 2030 agreed A landmark commitment to halt and reverse biodiversity loss by 2030 − a global goal hailed as the equivalent to climate’s 1.5C° target − has been ...
WWF: World must not miss its chance to secure a ‘Paris’-style agreement for nature at COP15 Research shows increase in concern from people living in biodiversity hotspots as government action deemed inefficient
It is possible to manage the ecological, social and economic potential of the country's natural resources in a way that benefits people while strengthening the ecological resilience of our planet.
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