United nations has declared 2021-2030 the decade on ecosystem restoration. this initiative is part of the un’s 2030 agenda for sustainable development, with the goal of preventing, halting and reversing the degradation of ecosystems worldwide. governments, civil society, the private sector, and other stakeholders are all involved in the decade on ecosystem restoration.
Decade on ecosystem restoration began in 2021 and will last until 2030. it is a global effort, involving the participation of stakeholders from countries around the world. the decade will focus on restoring degraded and destroyed ecosystems, such as forests, wetlands, and coral reefs, as well as degraded soils, rivers, and other water bodies.
Decade on ecosystem restoration will involve the use of sustainable land management practices, the implementation of national and regional strategies for ecosystem restoration, the promotion of innovative technologies and approaches to ecosystem restoration, the development of new economic models that value nature, the mobilization of financial resources to support ecosystem restoration efforts, the development of new policies and legal frameworks to protect and restore ecosystems, the creation of new jobs and economic opportunities in the field of ecosystem restoration, the establishment of new partnerships and networks to support ecosystem restoration efforts, and the protection of species at risk of extinction. the decade is an important step towards achieving a more sustainable future and protecting our environment.