World Leaders: Protect 30% of Nature by 2030

Our planet's natural areas are shrinking at an alarming rate - but world leaders can turn the tides.

What to know:

  • We’re in the midst of a conservation crisis that’s devastating natural ecosystems that sustain life on Earth.
  • Experts believe we can reverse this decline by saving 30% of nature by 2030 - but we need countries to act fast.
  • While many governments have endorsed this target, key G20 nations have yet to sign on. Urge them to act - send an email!

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Our natural ecosystems sustain life on earth, but human activity has put them in peril.

Since 1970, our planet has lost more than half of its rainforests, two-thirds of all wetlands, and over 60% of global wildlife. The loss of nature threatens everything - from the air we breathe and the food we eat to our ability to protect ourselves from climate change.

But there’s reason to be hopeful. 

Experts believe we can reverse this decline by taking action to protect our land and sea. To do this, we need to get world leaders to commit to conserving at least 30% of land and sea by 2030. Already, over seventy countries have voiced support for this effort. 

But G20 nations like Argentina, Indonesia, South Africa, and Brazil have yet to endorse the 30 by 30 plan. To truly make an impact, we need all countries to sign on. 

Help us urge these countries to act. Send an email today!