COP15: What’s the 30 by 30 biodiversity goal and is it sufficient?

Beneath the 30 by 30 biodiversity goal, nations would pledge to guard 30 per cent of land and sea, however that might not be sufficient to scale back biodiversity losses


16 December 2022

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Fish swim round coral in Papahānaumokuākea Marine Nationwide Monument, one of many largest protected areas on this planet

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Atmosphere ministers from a coalition of nations together with Canada, the UK, Costa Rica and France have urged negotiators on the COP15 summit to rally behind the so-called 30 by 30 goal – a aim to guard 30 per cent of the world’s land and sea by 2030 in an effort to stem biodiversity losses across the globe.

The 30 by 30 aim is only one of greater than 20 targets negotiators …

Rahul Diyashi
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