2020 a year for nature and biodiversity

Over the last few months, the scientific community has repeatedly sounded the alarm on biodiversity breakdown and the climate emergency.
People everywhere need to remember that we depend on Mother Earth to survive, the UN chief said in his message for World Wildlife Day marked on Tuesday 3 march, advocating for “a more caring, thoughtful and sustainable relationship with nature”.

Humans depend for their very survival on stable and healthy ecosystems and urgent action is needed in 2020 to get the world on track to a more sustainable future.

Here are some of the biodiversity days and meetings planned for 2020:


Learn more about 2020, the “super year” for biodiversity here.