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IEMA | COP 15 Explained - Will this be the Paris Agreement for nature?

Could this be the ‘Paris Agreement’ for nature? International climate change negotiations in Paris in 2015 brought common goals for business and sustainability professionals around carbon reduction and it would be good if the ambition and determination of the CBD could create a similar momentum and public awareness within a biodiversity and natural capital context. Moreover, it would be a sign of progress if the targets set in the framework can be used to create a practical roadmap to nature recovery.

Ahead of the UN Biodiversity Conference – COP15 – in December 2022, the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) published a guide explaining more about COP15 and hopes for the summit’s outcomes.

Read through the guide by clicking through to the IEMA website below.

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