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Nagpahayag si Pangulong von der Leyen sa One Planet Summit

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During the ‘One Planet’ summit which was held on 11 January in Paris, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (Nakalarawan) delivered a speech on sustainable agriculture, biodiversity and the fight against climate change, stressing that these are different sides of the same coin. To illustrate the EU’s support for global co-operation and local action, it pledged to support and sponsor the Africa-led Great Green Wall flagship initiative which aims to tackle the land degradation and desertification, building on the EU’s long-standing investment in this initiative.

Inihayag din niya na ang pagsasaliksik at pagbabago ng EU sa kalusugan at biodiversity ay magiging isang priyoridad bilang bahagi ng pandaigdigang kooperatiba at pagsisikap ng koordinasyon. Sa Green Deal para sa Europa, nangunguna ang EU sa pang-internasyonal na aksyon na pabor sa klima at biodiversity. Binigyang diin ni Pangulong von der Leyen ang papel na ginagampanan ng kalikasan at napapanatiling agrikultura sa pagkamit ng layunin ng Green Deal para sa Europa, na gawin ang Europa ang unang klima na walang kinikilingan na kontinente ng 2050.

Last May, the Commission published the Biodiversity and Farm-to-Table strategies, which set out the EU’s ambitious actions and commitments to halt biodiversity loss in Europe and in the world, to transform European agriculture into sustainable and organic agriculture and to support farmers in this transition. The “One Planet” summit, co-organized by France, the United Nations and the World Bank, began with a commitment by leaders in favor of biodiversity, which President von der Leyen has already supported during the session of the United Nations General Assembly last September. The summit sought to build momentum for COP15 on biodiversity and COP26 on climate this year.

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