For decades, the world has turned its head away from seeing how nature has been violated in various places in the world and how entire forests have simply been felled for profit from the wood and the landscape further impoverished by monocultures.
Stopping deforestation is one of those urgent measures we have to take to stop the loss of the neighbourhood and give the world back its green lungs.
- World leaders on Monday last week hailed a major breakthrough when, on the first official day of COP26, a deal was agreed to stop deforestation by 2030.
The UK government lauded Glasgow Leaders Declaration on Forest and land use = biggest step forward in protecting world’s forests in a generation with 100+ world leaders committed to halting forest loss as well as land degradation by 2030, backed by almost £14 billion in both public + private funding.
- restoring degraded land, tackling wildfires
- supporting rights of indigenous communities.
- eliminating investment in activities linked to deforestation.
- Indigenous Peoples calling for 80% of the Amazon to be protected by 2025
- great teeming ecosystems – cathedrals of nature – = lungs of our planet.
- Colombia committed to playing its part.
- new £1.1 billion fund to protect Congo Basin, the home to the second-largest tropical rainforest
- Dangerous climate change is already with us
- The end of week one at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow
- Shaped by years of unprecedented outreach and public engagement
- Looking at man’s closest friend
- The Forest
- What Did We Do?
- Four ways to tackle the climate and biodiversity crises simultaneously
- Stepping forward with public commitments for Making different sectors carbon neutral by 2050
- Hug a Tree
- COP26 | World leaders pledge to halt deforestation by 2030 | Climate Change
- COP26: Leaders to make landmark pledge to end deforestation
- The National Forest for Wales
- Mr Angry and COP26
- Malta among 100 countries promising to end deforestation￼
- COP26: 100+ leaders promise to end deforestation by 2030
- Letters: The Air We Breathe
- Over 100 Countries Vow to End Deforestation at Climate Talks
- Countries vow to end deforestation
- Brazil is failing to stop illegal logging of the Amazon
- COP26 pledge
- Why tackling deforestation is so important for slowing climate change
- Global Leaders Pledge to Eradicate Deforestation by 2030
- Indigenous group: Deforestation plans hinge on funds
- (GLASGOW) #COP26 Summit Statement Report: PM Boris Johnson addressed the Leaders’ Action on Forests and Land-use event #AceNewsDesk report
- Hoyer proposes $9 billion trust fund to help reverse global deforestation
- Johnson Calls for Recovering Forests and Stopping Biodiversity Loss
- Lily Cole Goes ‘95% Vegan’ To Help Planet, Says We Need To Move Away From Waste Mindset
- COP26 and the Pledge to End Deforestation – but is it Too Late?
- COP26 – Ending Deforestation
- COP26: Putting an end to deforestation once and for all?
- COP26 Progress – Reversing Deforestation￼
- The ex Amazon chief trying to save the rainforest
- COP26: 105 Countries Commit To Ending Deforestation By 2030
- As a Filipino, I also own Mt. Banajao (an open letter to Nagcarlán Mayor Ody Arcasetas)
- Agricultural expansion drives almost 90 percent of global deforestation – FAO
- (GLASGOW) #COP26 Summit Report: Hundreds protest Indonesia’s reversal on deforestation after their pledge at the UN climate conference on Friday #AceNewsDesk report
- Climate Change – Millie Cook
- Deforestation May Affect Worker Productivity in Rural Communities
By Anders Lorenzen
World leaders on Monday last week hailed a major breakthrough when, on the first official day of COP26, a deal was agreed to stop deforestation by 2030.
The UK government has lauded the Glasgow Leaders Declaration on Forest and land use as the biggest step forward in protecting the world’s forests in a generation with more than 100 world leaders committed to halting forest loss as well as land degradation by 2030.
While it is only a pledge, the declaration is backed by almost £14 billion in both public and private funding. The countries endorsing it include forest-rich countries such as Canada, Russia, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Democratic Republic of…
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