A major ally when tackling climate change and biodiversity loss is nature itself.
Nature-based solutions harness the power of nature to boost natural ecosystems, biodiversity and human well-being to address major societal issues, including climate change.
Since 1970, wildlife populations have plummeted by 69%, The Living Planet Report 2022 recently revealed.
World leaders and key decision makers have a vitally important opportunity to reverse nature loss and secure a nature-positive world at the UN Biodiversity Conference (Cop15).
The WWF is calling for them to approve and commit to an ambitious global plan to reverse biodiversity loss and secure a nature-positive world by 2030 - a world where we have more nature tomorrow than we do today.
COP15: What it is and why it matters?
Strong biodiversity agreement must follow climate inaction