Global leaders including Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina launched "Leaders' Pledge for Nature: United to Reverse Biodiversity Loss by 2030 for Sustainable Development" recently demonstrating their commitment for nature, biodiversity and global goals.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is a signatory to the initiative with other global leaders including Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel, Justin Trudeau, Jacinda Ardern and Boris Johnson.
Political leaders participating in the United Nations Summit on Biodiversity representing countries from all regions and the European Union, have committed to reversing biodiversity loss by 2030.
By doing so, these leaders are sending a united signal to step up global ambition and encourage others to match their collective ambition for nature, climate and people with the scale of the crisis at hand.
In endorsing this "Pledge for Nature", the global leaders will commit not simply to words, but to meaningful action and mutual accountability to address the planetary emergency.
The signatories to the Leaders' Pledge for Nature have committed to putting wildlife and the climate at the heart of post-pandemic economic recovery plans, promising to address the climate crisis, deforestation, ecosystem degradation and pollution.
The other countries signed, so far, on this issue are included-Bhutan, Canada, United Kingdom, Belgium, Denmark, EU, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Nethrlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.