The New York Declaration on Forests is a partnership of governments, multinational companies, civil society and indigenous peoples who strive to halve deforestation by 2020 and to end it by 2030.
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The NYDF outlines ten ambitious global targets related to protecting and restoring forests, which, if realized, have the potential to reduce annual carbon emissions by 4.5 to 8.8 billion tonnes of CO2 - equivalent to the annual emissions of the United States.
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3 days ago
Local communities and indigenous Peoples are the best protectors of the forests and biodiversity BUT 212 land and environmental defenders were killed in 2019 alone. This is unacceptable.

Read: Defending Tomorrow https://t.co/CfgdyP8Bfv by @Global_Witness

#WorldIndigenousDay
1 week ago
SDGs: Accelerating Action & Transformative Pathways through Nature-based Solutions | Inter Press Service https://t.co/hqOvsFsXnd

by @HaoliangXu @UNDP
2 weeks ago
🌳NEW BLOG

🔑 takeaways from our #FinanceNature Series kickoff last week:
1️⃣ #ClimateChange can’t be addressed w/o #nature
2️⃣We need a framework for systematic #risk disclosure
3️⃣We need to focus on #supplychain traceability

Read more here! https://t.co/SfpUa5Is6t

#NatureNow

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