From climate change to biodiversity, and vice-versa

In addition to taking note of the extent of the climate crisis, successive IPCC reports have stressed that carbon neutrality must be achieved while protecting biodiversity.

Indeed, half of the CO2 emissions generated from human activity are captured by land- and sea-based organisms, which absorb about 9.5 billion tonnes of CO2 each year. Preserving, sustainably managing, and restoring ecosystems can thus contribute to decarbonisation efforts.

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