We all have a role to play in achieving the 2050 Vision of living in harmony with nature. We’re part of nature, so we must be part of the solution for biodiversity loss and climate change.
Human activities are driving biodiversity loss and nature degradation, but we can act to turn things around. The post-2020 global biodiversity framework offers an opportunity to reset our relationship with nature. We need an all-of-society approach to address our interconnected environmental challenges.
Investing in a green recovery will benefit people and nature and reduce the risk of future pandemics. COVID-19 has shown that we need a One Health approach to secure the wellbeing of people and our shared planet. The post-2020 global biodiversity framework is part of the solution.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that the world needs to work together to resolve our common challenges. We all can be part of the solution.
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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.
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Creating your own garden is a great way to help the environment in a natural way. These tips provided can help make your garden even more environment friendly in multiple ways.
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This public health crisis has taught us to be more agile and creative in finding ways to celebrate trees and connect with nature. After all, there are many benefits to being around trees, including less stress.
Here are six easy ways you can celebrate Arbor Day while practicing social distancing.
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Every April 22, it’s a day to celebrate Earth Day but also to create awareness that Our world needs transformational change. We believe that caring for the Earth is not a matter of one day but a change of habits to transform our individual lifestyle (which will influence as a consumer, a voter, and a member of a community that can unite for change).
Whether it’s a creative or functional upcycling, a walk in a park or through the woods, picking up litter, or buying more Earth-friendly products, here are many ways that you can help to care for your planet and making Earth Day Everyday.
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