One million species are at risk of extinction. Wildlife populations have dropped by 69% since 1970. It’s time to change course.
In December 2022 the world came together in Montreal to adopt a global agreement for nature. This is our opportunity to reverse nature loss and secure a nature-positive world by 2030. Action to halt and reverse nature loss must be ambitious and comprehensive enough to change course for a sustainable future for all.
Outside of the formal negotiations, COP15 featured the Rio Conventions Pavilion, Business Forum, Gender Caucus, Youth Forum, as well as interactive dialogues and high-level roundtables that will brought together stakeholders from public and private sectors, civil society and academia to find solutions to some of the most pressing environmental problems we face today. As part of this, the conference centre hosted a Nature Positive Pavilion. See the full schedule of events in the Nature Positive Pavilion below.
With over 100 events throughout 2 weeks, the Pavilion intended to engage and build convergence amongst all key stakeholders in support of the agreement and implementation of an ambitious nature-positive Global Biodiversity Framework.
All events were livestreamed via the Nature Positive YouTube channel and posted to the YouTube page after the livestream ended.
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