Leaders' Pledge for Nature

United to Reverse Biodiversity Loss by 2030 for Sustainable Development

Leaders’ Pledge for Nature

Political leaders participating in the United Nations Summit on Biodiversity in September 2020, representing 84 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. View the Leaders' Pledge EN | AR | FR | RU | ES

Endorsers and supporters

The Leaders’ Pledge for Nature is open to further endorsements. To endorse the pledge, please contact the core group at leaderspledgefornature@gmail.com. Non State Actors are welcome to support this government pledge by emailing leaderspledgefornature@gmail.com.

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Non-state actors that are supporting the Leaders’ Pledge for Nature include:

Business: Business for Nature (a global coalition of over 50 business and conservation organizations), Danone, Greenhouse PR, Husstainability, International Chamber of Commerce, KM0 Energy, Qista, Teiduma, Unilever, UK Doorstep Choice
Local & Regional governments: ICLEI (a global network of more than 1750 local and regional governments), Regions4 Sustainable Development
Civil society: African Conservation Foundation, Animal Defenders International, BirdLife International, Capitals Coalition, Care International, Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI), CEDENMA, Climate & Sustainability, Club of Rome, Congrés d'Energia de Catalunya, Conservation Council For Hawaii, Conservation International, Cornell Botanic Gardens, EAT, Ecoacsa Reserva de Biodiversidad, Ecology International Australia, Except Integrated Sustainability, FacingFuture.Earth, Future Earth, Global Alliance on Health and Pollution (GAHP), Global Choices, Global Footprint Network, Gullah/Geechee Island Nation Coalition, ICEA, Incitare International, International Council of Environmental Law (ICEL), International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), Latin American Network of Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology, RedLAtM, MOVE.BG Foundation, National Audubon Society, One Nature, OS-Climate, Planetary Emergency Partnership, Planète Urgence, Save the Rhino International, Saving Our Planet, Shabnam Resources, Stop Ecocide International, The Biodiversity Consultancy Ltd., The European Environmental Bureau, The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development, The Minderoo Foundation, The Nature Conservancy, Toshavim Mashpiim bModiin, TreeSisters, True Nature Foundation, UK British Trust for Ornithology, US Alliance for Wildlife and Health, Veterinarians for Climate Action, WeForest ASBL/VZW, Wetlands International, Whale and Dolphin Conservation, WildEarth Guardians, Wildlife & Countryside Link, Wildlife Conservation Society, Wildlife Justice Commission, World Land Trust, World Resources Institute (WRI), WWF
Faith groups: Aytzim: Ecological Judaism, FaithInvest, International Environment Forum
Financial Institutions: The Global Environment Facility (The GEF), World Bank
Science: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities: Jupaú Indigenous Association
UN: World Health Organization