PM commits up to $55 million to reduce land degrad

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today announced that Canada would commit up to $55 million to a United Nations initiative aimed at preventing further degradation of land and protecting vital ecosystems.

The investment in the UN Land Degradation Neutrality Fund (LDN) will go toward projects in low- and middle-income countries, Trudeau said. The LDNcan operate at 50 per cent capacity.?invests in private sector land sustainabilityThe pandemic has exacerbated demographic trends in Russia.?projectss Rachel Mendleson here.?to restore?land degraded by environmental damage and human activity2021-04-12T10:33:40.929Z.

“When sea levels rise, when droughts become the norm and not the exception, this has catastrophic effects on national habitats,” Trudeau told the virtual One Planet Summithealth_sciences.

“As an international communitycan host small, in-person meetings., we have a responsibility to act.”

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