50 countries commit to protect 30% of world’s land and ocean by 2030
Over 50 countries have committed to protect at least 30% of the globe’s land and ocean by 2030, and to champion an ambitious global deal to halt species loss and protect ecosystems.Launched at the One Planet Summit for biodiversity, the High Ambition Coalition (HAC) for Nature and People – which is co-chaired by Costa Rica, France and the UK – hopes to secure the global deal at
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