COP26 eliminates biodiversity loss from the agenda

Cop26 Eliminates Biodiversity Loss From The Agenda

Clear exclusion from media releases and related political statements Glasgow COP26 The meeting is a loss of biodiversity, he writes Sue Arnold.

In its report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Climate change and biodiversity loss must be addressed together, otherwise it will be successfully addressed.

Ending deforestation, restoring natural habitat, and creating shelters for wildlife are important tasks. Preventing the destruction of wildlife habitats, wetlands and mangroves should be included in the actual response to the effects of climate change.

While Glasgow’s focus is on finding a way to end coal, the continued loss of biodiversity is a long way behind.

Ironically, after China, India and Australia refused to address the end coal, the last meeting Convention on Biodiversity It was held in Kunming, China on October 11-15.

Members from around 200 countries, including Australia, participated. The focus of the conference was to finalize what was described Paris Agreement for Nature. The Kunming announcement Biodiversity seeks to prevent and reverse losses.

The purpose of the new agreement is to replace Aichi Biodiversity Goals The aim is to end illegal fishing and prevent the extinction of endangered species.

Accordingly James Watson, Professor of conservation science at the University of Queensland, none of the 20 Aichi goals were met.

According to the conference Official website:

“… will see the adoption of a post-2020 global biodiversity framework, which will provide a strategic vision and global roadmap for the conservation, conservation, restoration and sustainable management of biodiversity and ecosystems for the next decade.”

Clicking on the strategies of the member nations takes you Australia’s Biodiversity Conservation Strategy 2010-2030.

Here we find a clear statement of the importance of conserving biodiversity:

Biodiversity conservation is an essential part of the protection of biological life support systems on Earth. All living things, including humans, depend on these life support systems for their basic needs. For example, we need oxygen to breathe, clean water to drink, fertile soil for food production and physical materials for shelter and fuel. These needs can be collectively described as ecosystem services. They are fundamental to our physical, social, cultural and economic well-being.

Plus, under the heading ‘Australia’s biodiversity at risk of climate change’:

‘These changes pose a high risk of rapid extinction and disruption to ecological processes in the twenty-first century and beyond.

Here are two key ways we can improve the future prospects for biodiversity:

  • Rapidly and effectively reducing the human-driven elements of climate change.
  • We are adapting to the way we manage biodiversity to meet existing and new threats. ‘
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There is no reference or update of the strategy to take into account the estimated damage 3 billion animals 2019-2020 as a result of the catastrophic bushfire. This is a loss Is described As one ‘Worst Wildlife Outbreak in Modern History’.

Describes the strategy ‘Long-term pressure on biodiversity is the main cause of biodiversity loss’, With an acceptance that ‘Climate change exacerbates these threats and directly threatens certain species and ecological communities.’.

There is no description of these existing long-term pressures.

One strategy goal is:

Achieve a national growth of 600,000 kilometers2 Organized to conserve biodiversity in local habitats, mainly in terrestrial aquatic and marine environments.

IA No federal government can find a “native habitat for biodiversity conservation.”

Another goal is:

‘… to ensure that there are large areas of habitat associated with the species, in all landscapes, on the beaches and in the oceans in very different environments.’

A more appropriate designation of goals would be pipe dreams.

The strategy is completely at odds with reality. Extinctions are now operated by governments as part of a planned policy and parcel of large urbanization projects to support large-scale immigration numbers, reckless industrial logging of mines and remaining forests.

Minister of Environment Take Susan The Morrison government has made extraordinary efforts to convince the public that it cares about wildlife.

In July 2020, the Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment Issued a Consultation letter Title ‘Developing New Endangered Species Strategy’ Fill with graphs, objectives, objective statements and beautiful illustrations.

Mentioned as climate change ‘Issues that may be included in the priority format’.

Included is a general list of questions that the presenter is encouraged to answer in any submission.

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The questions are ridiculous.

For example:

‘How important do you think each of the priority principles is to identifying priority species in the current endangered species strategy? New strategy? (Extremely important, very important, moderately important, slightly important, not important at all.) ‘

In May 2021, pop out Endangered Species Strategy 2021-2031 – which sets a clear vision to identify ‘The main areas of work that are fundamental to the recovery of endangered species and ecological communities and establishing principles for identifying endangered species and locations are the focus of the Australian Government’s efforts.’.

To save feed time, this columnist can provide some basic tips for biodiversity recovery, first addressing the effects of climate change in sync with the loss of biodiversity:

  • Limiting immigration to sustainable environmental standards;
  • Coal mine finished;
  • Transferring renewable (non-forest biomass) energy as soon as possible by adopting realistic plans to ensure economically and environmentally viable strategies recognizing deforestation as the cause of large carbon emissions;
  • To conserve the remaining forests by ending deforestation; And
  • Strengthen Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Act (EPBC) Ensuring mandatory provisions for the rights of public citizens in habitat protection and legal challenges; Dissolving General evaluation method Which allows for a single national listing of species.

The link between climate change and the loss of biodiversity is rarely identified in the strategy.

The first step is listing 100 preferred species Including birds, mammals, plants, fish, reptiles, insects and frogs. These lucky 100 species are listed under 1,800 species EPBC Act.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

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The government will provide १० 10 million to support 100 species. It is unlikely to go away one million annually.

The federal government has also produced Nature Australia’s strategy for 2019-2030.

Bureaucrats must be extremely busy writing all these spin documents.

This document sets out three priority areas identified as national goals:

  1. Connect all Australians with nature (the PM is clearly missing out);
  2. Care of nature in all its diversity; And
  3. Share and build knowledge.

Fill graphs, goals, objectives, meaningless objectives – it’s the same old stuff restored ad nauseum.

It will take more than a miracle to change the dynamics.

The warnings are out.

As Professor Watson Says:

“If we don’t fix it and take action on biodiversity right now, the World Economic Forum has projected it to have a devastating effect on the world economy.”

In the next two weeks, the future of the planet will be decided in one way or another. Without biodiversity, Mother Earth would be a lonely, unreal place.

In the lawsuit Arnold Is an IA columnist and independent investigative journalist. You can follow Sue on Twitter @koalacrisis.

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