the climate change and the Biodiversity They constitute the main topics for discussion at upcoming meetings of international bodies and organizations. Thus, it will be taken into account Aspects related to preserving species or combating global warming.
These issues became even more important on the occasion of the publication of a report, last Monday Intergovernmental panel on climate change (IPCC), where he warns that Many of the effects of global warming are irreversible It will last for centuries or thousands of years.
in this meaning, Nature Conservation Union (UICNin Marseille (France) world congressFor, between 3 and 11 September. Thus, governments, NGOs and indigenous peoples will be able to sit at the same table Make joint decisions on these issues.
for this part, United nations In September you will also celebrate The General Assembly at which they will try to define climate commitments Each country has a common position to reduce emissions.
In addition, this meeting will try to make developed and developing countries come to an agreement Managing a $100 billion fund which the former pledged to spend to offset the climatic effects it caused in recent decades.
Regarding biodiversity, mores Far from scientific advice and warnings, he suffers from loss and deterioration. In this sense, a COP in Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15) in Kunming (China) between October 11 and 21.
In it, an attempt will be made to agree on a global framework in which Transforming the relationship between people and biodiversity, as well as their habitats. In this sense, strategies that favor coexistence in harmony with nature will be sought.
Finally, between October 31 and November 12, 26 United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP26) in order to speed up Fighting global warming.
Thus, participants should look for new ways to change “business as usual” (business as usual) in the agriculture, energy or transportation sectors, in order to The temperature of the planet does not exceed 1.5 degrees until the end of the century.
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