Factsheet on Glasgow Leaders’ Declaration on Forests and Land-Use 


At the UN Climate Conference in Glasgow (COP26), several multilateral initiatives were launched.

They can potentially close the 2030 ambition gap and implement climate action more quickly. Nonetheless, these developments must be closely observed to make sure that governments and initiatives keep their promises and reach their targets.

This factsheet takes a closer look at the Glasgow Leaders’ Declaration on Forests and Land-Use, which aims to protect forests and stop land degradation by 2030. With deforestation and forest degradation a cause of half of worldwide emissions, there is much at stake.

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