Our aim is to prevent climate breakdown by restoring our life support systems
When living systems – like forests, peat bogs, saltmarshes and the seabed – are allowed to recover, they draw down carbon from the atmosphere, reducing the chances of climate catastrophe.
Their restoration will also minimise extinction and ecological collapse, and create a richer world of wonders for us to enjoy.
We are calling on governments, the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (UNCBD), UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and other bodies to give Natural Climate Solutions the attention they deserve.
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Mangroves have the capacity to remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, per hectare, than terrestrial forest… https://t.co/oAyqE9Y968