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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19 hours ago
This year the @KPMG survey on sustainability reporting includes data on biodiversity reporting for the first time ever.

For more information, follow the link: https://t.co/teIHO9r3ri https://t.co/jeZCJ3APHg
21 hours ago
“On a regional level, Latin America leads in reporting of biodiversity-related risk.”

Read more findings in the @KPMG report: https://t.co/teIHO9r3ri https://t.co/kZnwvpaDhU
23 hours ago
KPMG has just released its 27th global assessment of sustainability reporting among the world's largest 250 companies, and significantly, it is the first to include global data on biodiversity reporting.

Read the @KPMG report here: https://t.co/teIHO9r3ri https://t.co/JCbJ2vLpz5

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