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Environment / 2 years ago
Global Unanimous Agreement to Protect 30% of Planet by 2030
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This global agreement is a major victory for conservationists, aiming to protect 30% of the planet's land and oceans by 2030 and reverse the current trend of biodiversity loss.
MONTREAL, Quebec -- On Monday, the United Nations approved a sweeping agreement to protect 30 percent of the planet's land and oceans by 2030. This unprecedented agreement is an attempt to tackle the mounting crisis of biodiversity loss. The agreement, which was approved by almost 190 countries, includes a number of measures to help protect the planet's food and water supplies, as well as the existence of many species. It is estimated that biodiversity is currently declining at rates faster than ever before in human history. The agreement is a major victory for conservationists, who have long been advocating for increased protection of the planet’s natural resources. It is hoped that the agreement will help to reverse the current trend of biodiversity loss and help to preserve the planet’s ecosystems. “We are thrilled that so many countries have come together to agree on this historic agreement,” said Maria Delgado, a conservationist and spokesperson for the UN. “We believe that this agreement will be the first step in reversing the current trend of biodiversity loss and helping to protect our planet’s natural resources.” The agreement is a major milestone in the fight to protect the planet’s biodiversity and is a reminder of the importance of taking action to protect the environment. It is hoped that the agreement will lead to a more sustainable future for the planet and its inhabitants.
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