Bonn Challenge: Land restoration pledges reach 210 million hectares worldwide

Michael Holder
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To date 61 countries and eight regional governments have signed up to the Bonn Challenge
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To date 61 countries and eight regional governments have signed up to the Bonn Challenge

Global initiative celebrates milestone, but warns governments are undervaluing benefits of nature-based climate solutions for cutting CO2 and boosting economies

More than 210 million hectares of degraded land worldwide is now being targeted for restoration or reforestation under the Bonn Challenge, a major global initiative which claims nature-based climate solutions...

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