What is the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration?
The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, which officially launched this year, was created to lead and unite international cooperation for the effective restoration of natural ecosystems, ensuring a sustainable future for all future generations. The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration aims to unite the many non-profit organizations, businesses, and individual actors that play a key role in the global movement for the restoration of natural ecosystems, and the construction of an economy built around restoration.
The role of Black Jaguar Foundation as an Actor for the UN Decade
As an official partner to the UN Decade, the Black Jaguar Foundation acts as a valuable contributor to the initiative, with an ambition to restore the Amazon and Cerrado biomes by realizing the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor.
We are proud to base our restoration activities on the guiding principles of the UN Decade. For a more detailed overview of these principles have a look through the guiding principles below:
Or, if you want some more clarification on what exactly ecosystem restoration means, watch the video below: