Countries attending the United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Mexico reached agreements on actions to integrate biodiversity in forestry, fisheries, agriculture, and tourism sectors and to achieve the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development.
Marine debris is negatively affecting more than 800 animal species and causing serious losses to many countries’ economies, according to a United Nations report launched today.
At UN conference, countries adopt Cancun Declaration, ramping up efforts to protect world’s biodiversity
More than 190 countries at a major United Nations Conference in Mexico have pledged to step up efforts to integrate biodiversity into the policies of their forests, fisheries, tourism and agriculture sectors.
The UN Biodiversity Conference started today in Cancun, Mexico. Over the next two weeks, more than 190 countries will discuss how to halt the loss of species and natural resources in our planet which are essential for our well-being and to ensure that future generations can prosper.
The United Nations today paid tribute to three activists who were awarded a top prize for biodiversity protection.