Nature and Biodiversity

Why 2020 is the year to reset humanity’s relationship with nature

A man watches a bushfire burning on the Kurnell Peninsula, during an unseasonably warm start to Spring, on Sydney's southern coast, Australia September 3, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RC18DF465EB0

This year's bushfires in Australia have been unprecedented. Image: REUTERS/Jason Reed

Marco Lambertini
Special Envoy, WWF International
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