Protecting land and ocean habitats

This week the government announced almost £30 million investment to protect the world’s land and ocean habitats, providing nations with the tools they need to protect fragile ecosystems.
  • Countries can put nature back on the road to recovery with a strong Global Biodiversity Framework that incudes a commitment to see at least 30 per cent of the world’s land and ocean protected by 2030.  
  • That is why we are investing nearly £30 million to support developing countries in delivering the ‘30by30’ target aimed at protecting at least 30 per cent of the world’s land and ocean habitats by 2030, as well as £5 million of funding for projects which showcase the incredible work underway. 
  • This funding announcement signals a major commitment to provide nations with the tools they need to protect fragile ecosystems and tackle some of the causes of habitat loss such as deforestation and unsustainable farming and fishing practices. 

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