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The World Wide Fund for Nature calls for the implementation of an agreement on biodiversity

experts from World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF for its short form in English) called upon the participants of the Conference of the Parties (COP15) of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity to adopt an ambitious plan to build a consensus.

latin press WWF cites Director Policy and Advocacy, Lee Lin, who elaborated that the agreement calls for countries to conserve at least 30% of the planet, protect the rights of indigenous peoples and local communities, and plan to secure the necessary funding. Will agree. Support conservation efforts.

He also talks about creating a tool to work towards the goal of limiting temperature rise to 1.5ºC this century.

Li Lin – according to PL – criticizes the ambiguous position of the participants COP15 Because they only look at the specifics of the text rather than the key points where an agreement must be reached to secure an ambitious global agreement on biodiversity.

“A lot of pending work has been left for the next few days,” he said, while he considered it essential that when ministers arrive in Montreal next Thursday, they have the right level of ambition to analyze it and reach a consensus. be a relatively clean text with . , But at present we have a web of brackets, he said.

The World Wide Fund For Nature Calls For The Implementation Of An Agreement On Biodiversity

They expressed concern about two issues: threats to the implementation mechanism of the Agreement and attempts to block actions that address humanity’s production and consumption footprint. “A strong implementation mechanism is essential to hold countries accountable for meeting agreed global goals and targets. Similarly, securing a strong commitment to significantly reduce humanity’s footprint is critical”, commented the expert.

The COP15 summit is held from December 7 to December 20 at the headquarters of the Ministry of the Environment and Energy (MINAE) in Montreal, Canada with the representation of 190 countries to discuss ecological and human rights issues.

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