COP 27

10 key takeaways from COP27 on nature's critical role

Nature is being destroyed: an aerial view of a deforested zone in Bolivia. Image: Marcelo Perez del Carpio / Climate Visuals Countdown.

Lucy Almond

Chair, Nature4Climate Coalition and Head of Communications, Nature Pillar, World Economic Forum

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This chart shows the total hectares of forest that have been destroyed in different countries. Source: Statista.
This chart shows the total hectares of forest that have been destroyed in different countries. Source: Statista.

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