COP15 Climate Summit Adopts Plan To Protect 30% Of Land, Water

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  • Published On: December 20, 2022
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Nations Have Agreed To Protect a third of the planet for nature by 2030 in a landmark deal aimed at Safeguarding biodiversity. The threat af a mass extinction of plant and animal species led 195 nations early Monday to agree to protect and restore at least 30% of the earth's land and water by 2030. There will also be targets for protecting vital ecosystems such as rainforests and wetlands and the rights of indigenous peoples.

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