Forests, food and land can deliver 30% of solutions needed to tackle climate crisis by 2030

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Land use is very often about local action, whether it is decisions about protecting forests, improving soil health, or making sure that a particular supplier is farming the right way far along the supply chain. There is a huge amount going on around the world, but often action on land use is not known and does not get the praise it merits. The Global Climate Action Summit represents a tremendous opportunity for businesses, civil society, and regional and local governments to show that they stand united to make land use a priority in climate action, alongside action on energy, transportation, and industry.

Lucy Almond, Director, Nature4Climate 

 

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