The Summit, taking place on 11 December, is a side event of COP15, the annual UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), being held between 7-19 December.
“The summit is the third part of this year’s summit series, held alongside the key international events shaping the global biodiversity agenda. This year, we started the conversations with our summits in New York and Sharm el-Sheikh alongside New York Climate Week and UNFCCC COP27 respectively,” WCF said.”
The series now heads to COP15 in Montreal, which the WCF says “will be a decisive moment for our natural world”.
The Foundation adds: “The Summit focuses on forming global public-private partnerships to restore nature, while also identifying nature-positive economic opportunities that are needed in order to successfully implement the Global Biodiversity Framework.”
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