5 Reasons Why COP26 Should Finally Mark a Turning Point for Forests, Food and Climate

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Takeaways:

  • Despite the mixed messages the public had about COP26, the conference did bring nature back into climate negotiations.
  • 141 countries committed to conserving and restoring forests by 2030 and injecting $20 billion to do so.
  • It was also made more apparent that we, as a society, need to treat food and land use transition with the same degree of urgency as energy and industry transitions.

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