Protecting the world’s biodiversity – UN Climate Thought Leaders: Elizabeth Mrema

United Nations published this video item, entitled “Protecting the world’s biodiversity – UN Climate Thought Leaders: Elizabeth Mrema” – below is their description.

The issues of climate change and biodiversity loss are interlinked and cannot be separated, says the Executive Secretary of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, Elizabeth Mrema, in an interview in the lead-up to the UN conference on biodiversity in August 2022 when the world will convene in Kunming, China, to adopt a new frameworks for protecting biodiversity.

Check this website regularly for thoughtful conversations with people on the vanguard of actions to solve the climate emergency: https://www.un.org/en/climatechange/thought-leaders

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