Planetary ‘safety net’ could halt wildlife loss and slow climate breakdown
World leaders are preparing to join a key summit on biodiversity being hosted in New York amid mounting evidence that governments are failing to halt the unprecedented loss of species around the world.
Earlier this month, a UN report revealed that the international community had failed to fully achieve any of the 20 biodiversity targets agreed in 2010.
But scientists at the environmental research organization Resolve have drawn up a blueprint for a planetary “safety net” of protected areas they say could help halt catastrophic biodiversity loss.
Much more information in the article by Niko Kommenda in Guardian
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