The momentum for natural climate solutions has reached the highest circles of politics — across the globe, countries are leading significant reforestation efforts, and just last year Ethiopia made the record books for planting 360 million trees in a single day. However, not all tree planting is created equal. Here’s a quick guide for assessing pledges to determine which qualify as natural climate solutions, and which do not.
Articles Tagged: Nature
Key business consultation survey launched to finalize policy recommendations on nature
During Natural Capital Week, Business for Nature, a global coalition of influential organizations and forward-thinking businesses, has launched an important business consultation survey that will run until November 30. The survey gives businesses of all sectors, sizes and geographies the chance to contribute their experience and expertise to the policy recommendations that Business for Nature will take to governments at key events in 2020, creating a strong united business voice calling for policies to address the nature crisis. Complete the survey today.
We’re on track to blow past 1.5°C temperature rise – it’s time to work with nature to address the climate challenge
To help achieve the necessary scale and impact, WBCSD announce that they’re working with key players in the business and NGO communities to mobilize investment in natural climate solutions through carbon finance.
Forest technology to transform land-use management and forest conservation
In an ever increasingly technological age, which technologies have the potential to transform land-use management and forest conservation to support climate mitigation along with other environmental and social benefits?
2020: let’s put nature top of everybody’s to-do list
Bernadette Fischler, Head of Advocacy for the 2020 Project at WWF-UK, tells us why 2020 will be a crucial year for the environment and, since we all depend on the natural world, why it will an important year for us too.
At Nature4Climate we like to celebrate nature’s role in fighting dangerous climate change.
Climate and forest restoration in the Lower Mississippi Valley
Hardwood forests are returning to the Lower Mississippi Valley region, thanks to a range of private and public actors, and as the trees grow they will sequester of millions of tons of carbon from the atmosphere.