By: Andreea Dibo, Health & Environment, The Pawprint
According to the head of Natural England, the UN biodiversity summit next month is the “best and final chance” to stop and reverse the destruction of nature.
Nearly 200 nations will assemble in Montreal, Canada, in December to sign a historic agreement to protect the environment.
The summit follows what was seen as a disappointing conclusion at the COP27 UN climate conference in Egypt.
While the wildlife charity WWF applauded the creation of a fund for losses and damages brought on by climate change in the final COP27 agreement, it warned that if more ambitious emission reduction measures were not adopted, “the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5°C is slipping away with disastrous consequences for the world.”
A comprehensive plan must be agreed upon by all nations to stop our climate from dying, stated the head of Natural England