The WWF-Belgium Annual Report 2019 is released
Across the world, the importance of biodiversity and the health of ecosystems is gaining ground in the social debate. Report after report, scientists provide overwhelming evidence of the rapid decline of the living world and the degradation of nature.
Each of us bears some responsibility for it and is directly affected by it.
In 2019, WWF stressed once again the urgency of implementing policies focused on nature conservation and restoration.
2020 will be a pivotal year, with several significant events on the international agenda. The 196 member countries of the United Nations will have to agree on a new 10-year framework (2020-2030) at the 15th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). The World Conservation Congress (IUCN) will also be held in 2020, and the Environmental Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be renewed.
And in Belgium? In early 2018, after an absence of more than 100 years, the wolf returned to our country. By developing action plans for emblematic species such as the wolf, the lynx, the wild cat, the black stork and the otter, WWF wishes to reduce landscape fragmentation and help reconnect natural environments by developing ecological corridors become essential.
Want to know more about the actions of WWF Belgium, read the Annual report 2019!
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