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Net zero is not enough - we need to build a nature-positive future | Frans Timmermans, Achim Steiner and Sandrine Dixson-Declève

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

To successfully emerge from Covid into a fairer, greener future we need to recognise nature as an essential piece of the puzzle Nearly two years after the first reported case of Covid-19, the world is still facing the repercussions. At the same time, the extent of our planetary emergency - of climate crisis, biodiversity loss and inequality - has become evident. As we rebuild our societies and economies, we are faced with a unique opportunity to build a nature-positive future that we must not let slip away. It is time for all of us to chart a planetary response to our planetary crisis - a...
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