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EU Green Week - Biodiversity - Nature restoration targets

The session recording:

 

The Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 recognises that to halt climate change and to build a world resilient and fit for the future, it is essential that our living world is protected and restored. A key element of this plan is the proposal for an EU nature restoration law – setting for the first time a legal framework to restore degraded ecosystems across the whole EU and across all key ecosystems on land and at sea.

The session will explore the multiple benefits we gain from healthy ecosystems, and will look at how they can be realised through restoration actions. The main questions to the panellist will be: Can we afford not to take urgent action now at the national and international level? What is the cost of action versus cost of non-action? What are the sources of funding available?

  • biodiversity
  • -
  • Bruxelles, Belgium
  • Live streaming available

Speakers

Speaker
Gary GOGGINS
Public Awareness Manager - LIFE IP Wild Atlantic Nature
Speaker
Esmeralda WIRTZ
Co-coordinator of the European chapter - Global Youth Biodiversity Network

Practical information

When
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Where
SQUARE Brussels Meeting Centre
Mont des Arts, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
Languages
English
Organisers
Directorate-General for Environment

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