A tropical forest left in the Republic of the Congo, Africa.Forest conservation is said to be an effective measure against global warming = 2013

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A tropical forest left in the Republic of the Congo, Africa.Forest conservation is said to be an effective measure against global warming = 2013

The United Nations reports that it will be necessary to invest a total of 8 trillion dollars (about 880 trillion yen) in nature by 2050 in order to solve global issues such as ecosystem destruction and land deterioration. The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and the World Economic Forum (WEF) have put together by the 19th.

UNEP and others warned that “human beings benefit a lot from the blessings of nature, and the destruction of ecosystems poses a great business risk.” He called for the promotion of “nature-based solutions,” such as increasing the absorption of carbon dioxide (CO2) through reforestation.

Today’s investment in nature is only $ 133 billion annually. The expansion of private investment is also important for the realization of $ 8 trillion investment.