EU Commission plans green reset for nature, food and farming | WWF
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The groups have pitched their own 10-point plan to drive forward progress.

1/14/ · 14 January , – 1. Adoption of agenda. 2. Chair’s announcements. Public hearing. 3. Public Hearing on " Facing the sixth mass extinction and increasing risk of pandemics: what role for the EU Biodiversity Strategy for ” ENVI/9/ See separate draft agenda; 14 January , – 4. 1/11/ · In the context of the serious decline of biodiversity due to human-driven land- and sea use, the overexploitation of biological resources, pollution, natural and man-made disaster risks, and climate change, the European Commission has launched an online public consultation to provide it with feedback on the setting of legally binding EU biodiversity targets. The public consultation will remain open for feedback until 5 April Launching an EU nature restoration plan. Through concrete commitments and actions, the EU aims to restore degraded ecosystems by and manage them sustainably, addressing the key drivers of biodiversity loss. As part of this plan, the Commission will propose binding nature restoration targets by .

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Launching an EU nature restoration plan. Through concrete commitments and actions, the EU aims to restore degraded ecosystems by and manage them sustainably, addressing the key drivers of biodiversity loss. As part of this plan, the Commission will propose binding nature restoration targets by . For that reason, the EU Biodiversity Strategy for announced the adoption of a new Soil Strategy in Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries Virginijus Sinkevičius said: A quarter of our planet’s biodiversity is present in soil. This is literally a treasure under our feet, and our food and our future depend on it. To make this happen, the Commission will propose a dedicated EU Forest Strategy in in line with our wider biodiversity and climate neutrality ambitions. It will include a roadmap for planting at least 3 billion additional trees in the EU by , in full respect of ecological principles.

The EU Is Failing to Protect Seas and Biodiversity: Green Groups
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Launching an EU nature restoration plan. Through concrete commitments and actions, the EU aims to restore degraded ecosystems by and manage them sustainably, addressing the key drivers of biodiversity loss. As part of this plan, the Commission will propose binding nature restoration targets by . For that reason, the EU Biodiversity Strategy for announced the adoption of a new Soil Strategy in Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries Virginijus Sinkevičius said: A quarter of our planet’s biodiversity is present in soil. This is literally a treasure under our feet, and our food and our future depend on it. — Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) January 11, The EU itself has also admitted that it must do better. A draft report from the European Parliament, looking at the EU’s global agreements and own biodiversity objectives due to be met in , found that it had succeeded in neither area.

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1/11/ · In the context of the serious decline of biodiversity due to human-driven land- and sea use, the overexploitation of biological resources, pollution, natural and man-made disaster risks, and climate change, the European Commission has launched an online public consultation to provide it with feedback on the setting of legally binding EU biodiversity targets. The public consultation will remain open for feedback until 5 April 5/20/ · The launch today of the EU’s Biodiversity Strategy could be a landmark moment for European forests. As well as headline targets to protect land and sea areas, the Strategy foresees binding restoration targets and measures in , strict protection of old-growth forests, and guidelines for management practices that respect biodiversity objectives. 5/20/ · The commitment by the European Commission to present binding EU nature restoration targets in is one of the main achievements of the Biodiversity Strategy, as the voluntary restoration target in the current strategy clearly did not deliver. Restoring natural ecosystems on land and at sea will not only contribute to solving the biodiversity.

DRAFT AGENDA - Thursday, 14 January
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5/20/ · The launch today of the EU’s Biodiversity Strategy could be a landmark moment for European forests. As well as headline targets to protect land and sea areas, the Strategy foresees binding restoration targets and measures in , strict protection of old-growth forests, and guidelines for management practices that respect biodiversity objectives. 1/14/ · 14 January , – 1. Adoption of agenda. 2. Chair’s announcements. Public hearing. 3. Public Hearing on " Facing the sixth mass extinction and increasing risk of pandemics: what role for the EU Biodiversity Strategy for ” ENVI/9/ See separate draft agenda; 14 January , – 4. Launching an EU nature restoration plan. Through concrete commitments and actions, the EU aims to restore degraded ecosystems by and manage them sustainably, addressing the key drivers of biodiversity loss. As part of this plan, the Commission will propose binding nature restoration targets by .