Today is World Rainforest Day!
Did you know that healthy forests are the key to avoiding future pandemics? Healthy forests are a protective buffer between diseases found in non-human animals and global human populations. When we destroy them, we foster close contacts between animal populations and vulnerable human populations. That is why protecting forests NOW means protecting against pandemics now and in the future.
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As we all cope with the current crisis, many leaders around the world are seriously considering a proposal to protect 30% of our land and ocean by 2030. Add your support to this #30×30 proposal and encourage others to do so here.
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With so many skincare and beauty brands out there these days, it’s easy to choose brands and products that do not support animal testing. If enough people jump on the bandwagon, larger companies may feel the pressure to follow in their footsteps.
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A world without period poverty and stigma is possible. But to achieve our joint goal by 2030, we cannot wait for the Covid-19 pandemic to end. We need to step up action and investment in menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) NOW!
By 2030, it is possible to create a world where no woman or girl is held back because she menstruates, but only if we step up investment in menstrual health and hygiene now. That is the key message of this new infographic.
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This infographic highlights the importance, at the forest and landscape scales, of employing pollination-friendly management practices with recommendation on measures for maintaining pollinator in forests and landscapes.
It aims at raising awareness among stakeholders about the benefits of pollinators and beneficial practices that help to enhance pollination services across agricultural sectors.
Continue reading “The Pollination Services of Forests [Infographic]”