At We Don’t Need Roads we care as much about COP27 than COP15, simply because we care as much about the climate change than the respect of our biodiversity.
That is particularly why we are proud to see our work with the Mangrove Breakthrough project being brought to Montreal thanks to the the Global Mangrove Alliance.
The Mangrove Breakthrough is a science-based, measurable, and achievable goal for non-state actors and governments to collectively restore and protect mangroves at the scale needed to secure the future of these vital coastal forests.
This will be achieved by catalyzing financial flows to broadly activate proven solutions and mobilize action on the ground as part of the Sharm El Sheikh Adaptation Agenda—a key roadmap to deliver on the #RaceToResilience.
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As a reminder, Cop15 started on Wednesday. 195 countries are gathering in Montreal, for the UN’s biodiversity summit to halt ecological destruction and biodiversity loss. Governments are expected to agree on a new set of goals, reaching a deal similar to the 2015 Paris Agreement.
Over the next two weeks, negotiators are tasked with discussing and ultimately finalizing a new global biodiversity agreement to halt and reverse the loss of plant and animal species and damage to ecosystems worldwide – including oceans and forests. This requires them to set both long-term nature-protection targets for 2050 as well as shorter-term goals for 2030.
We don’t need roads. We do need to save biodiversity.
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