Nature restauration is the subject of our new episode.
The natural ecosystems are degrading: it is estimated that 80% of wetland sites have lost their surface area in 10 years. To halt this trend, we must stop damaging biodiversity and fix natural environments that can no longer function with their own equilibrium. France's National Biodiversity Strategy 2030, expected this autumn, is designed to halt the collapse of living organisms and, in particular, to restore nature. But it's a very cross-cutting issue: what strategies? What funding? What's the situation in France and Europe? What are the challenges of active nature restoration? Agnès Hallosserie answers Sophie Larmoyer's questions.
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The ecological transition (energy or agro-ecological transition, development issues, etc.) is a subject of public policies. They are complex, sometimes underpinned by blockages or misunderstandings. At IDDRI, we propose possible solutions based on science. We put them on the democratic agenda because they are aimed at political and economic decision-makers, as well as at civil society as a whole. In these podcasts, IDDRI research fellows present their thoughts to shed light on the debate.