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WHO declared COVID-19 a Pandemic 12 March.

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Despite encouraging progress in several areas, the natural world is suffering badly and getting worse.

Eight transformative changes are, therefore, urgently needed to ensure human wellbeing and save the planet, the UN warns in a major report. 

The report comes as the COVID-19 pandemic challenges people to rethink their relationship with nature, and to consider the profound consequences to their own wellbeing and survival that can result from continued biodiversity loss and the degradation of ecosystems.

The Global Biodiversity Outlook 5 (GBO-5), published by the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), offers an authoritative overview of the state of nature. It is a final report card on progress against the 20 global biodiversity targets agreed in 2010 with a 2020 deadline, and offers lessons learned and best practices for getting on track.

This flagship report underlines that ‘humanity stands at a crossroads with regard to the legacy we wish to leave to future generations,” said CBD Executive Secretary, Elizabeth Maruma Mrema. (September 2020)

As nature degrades,” Ms. Mrema continued, “new opportunities emerge for the spread to humans and animals of devastating diseases like this year’s coronavirus. The window of time available is short, but the pandemic has also demonstrated that transformative changes are possible when they must be made.

“The decisions and level of action we take now will have profound consequences -- for good or ill -- for all species, including ours.”

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