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Decisive action is needed over the next decade to halt and reverse biodiversity loss, avert catastrophic climate change, and ensure future human and planetary health.This moment calls for determined leadership and ambitious collaboration from global organisations, governments and business, alongside concerted pressure from civil society on policymakers and businesses.
To succeed, together we must achieve five breakthroughs for nature:
Governments and the private sector must actively prioritise and be fully accountable for all decisions that affect nature
Divert funding from harmful activities and into the protection and recovery of nature
Reform decision-making structures to empower local people on the conservation front line
Halt the destruction of the natural world to reduce threats to climate stability and human health
Provide and ensure wide access to new technological tools that help address the biggest threats to nature
Without immediate, groundbreaking action to protect and restore nature, we will be responsible for the sixth mass extinction and fail to protect the very ecosystems that sustain life on Earth. The solutions aren’t simple – but they are possible. FFI has a proven 120-year history of recovering species from the brink of extinction and transforming exploited environments back to abundant health in projects all over the world. If there is a challenge, we solve it through pioneering interventions that deliver for nature.
Ask the UN to commit to $500bn a year for nature.
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Humanity faces an uncertain future, but these Five Breakthroughs for Nature represent our best chances of protecting and restoring the ecosystems on which we all depend, reversing the loss of the biodiversity that is fundamental to life on Earth, and avoiding catastrophic climate change.