This article was originally published on Post-2020 Biodiversity Framework.


“Seven distinct groups, representing global concerns and cultures, are calling for governments to take action on nature loss: Environment, Development and other partner organizations; Development and Humanitarian organizations; Faith-based organizations; Indigenous People; Business; Local and Regional Governments; and Youth. In total, more than 1,000 organizations and individuals, present in almost every country worldwide, are represented in issuing an extraordinary coordinated call for immediate action to tackle our nature crisis, and committing to take action themselves to help halt and reverse the loss of nature.

As part of this concerted effort, 15 partner organisations from the Post-2020 Pavilion Partnership including environment, development and other organisations issued today a call to action to Heads of State and Governments to set nature on the path to recovery by 2030 and secure an equitable, carbon-neutral and nature-positive world.

This decade must become the pivotal moment in human history when we change our relationship with nature and restore a healthy environment, for the sake of all people and the planet.

…Organizations representing hundreds of millions of individuals globally, alongside more than 560 global businesses with combined revenue of $4 trillion, have today issued unprecedented coordinated calls for urgent action on nature to protect human and planetary health.

Read the call to action here!”

Read on at: Post-2020 Biodiversity Framework