Halting habitat loss

In Nagoya, governments made a big and important step forward in addressing the greatest individual threat to biodiversity: the loss and degradation of habitats, such as forests, wetlands or coral reefs, which are natural homes to a variety of plants, animals and other types of organisms.

Forest Photo: Rafael Rojas

Neville Ash of IUCN’s Ecosystem Management Programme tells us what exactly has been agreed to stop their loss and degradation.

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Work area: 
Forests
Biodiversity
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